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Uploaded on Jan 9, 2012
No duplication feature: How many times have you looked at a child's device and there are five different ways to say "bathroom?" Their mom shows them one way to say it, their teacher uses the word "bathroom" in a different location, and their speech therapist uses the word "bathroom" in yet another location. When one of the people in the child's life forgets where the word "bathroom" is located, she adds it again. The child is shown all of these different motor movements to say the same word. Once a verbal child learns the motor movements to say a word, they never have to learn a "new way" to say that word. A nonverbal child has that same ability with the no duplication feature. If you are attempting to add a word that is already in the application, a window will pop up, alerting you that it is a "duplicate word." It will also tell you the home screen word you can touch to find it.