A Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) based in Mumbai and working with young children at her clinic had this to say: while sharing her experiences stemming from her interactions with Autistic children, she realized that not all children with Autism were necessarily verbal communicators. So she decided that an effective way to aid her therapy would be to use Augmentative and Alternative Communications (AACs). Which means that she had to now find an AAC that was not only economically viable for her clinic, but also economical for the clientele that she had.
Up until now, the SLP had used AACs developed in the West only to conclude that these were not what suited her entire range of requirements. Primarily because, the vocabulary used in these AACs were very different from that required in India.
In her acute need for a culturally relevant AAC, she stumbled across Jellow and was happy to find that Jellow as an AAC had contextualized its icons to suit the everyday needs of children and their caregivers from India. Jellow was also multilingual, which made its reach to different communities in a country with language diversity quite inevitable. And made the entire ecosystem of the users of Jellow (viz., its special needs children, their caregivers, as well as the children’s therapists) feel at home with this AAC. Additionally, Jellow’s intuitive and easy-to-use interface made the learning of the language extremely simple.
Download Jellow on- iOS- https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/jellow-aac-communicator/id1456459072?ls=1&mt=8 Android- https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dsource.idc.jellowintl&hl=en