Snap Type App for Occupational Therapy – A Tool for Writing

If you work with students who struggle with dysgraphia, you may want to introduce them to  Snap Type App for Occupational Therapy – A Tool for Writing.  This free app was created for use with iPads by Amberlynn Gifford, an Occupational Therapy student in Springfield, Massachusetts.

The app allows  students can take a picture of their worksheet  or other document (e.g. exam) in class and use the iPad keyboard to  type their answers directly onto the worksheet. A screenshot of the completed worksheet can then be emailed to the teacher.

The app can be downloaded for free from the app store.  More information may be found at: Snap Type for Occupational Therapy – A Tool for Writing


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