Turn-Talking is a behavior training program designed to teach conversational skills to children with cognitive disabilities. It takes the non-verbal person that needs to converse on a guided tour of taking turns to talk.
- It takes children on a guided tour of taking turns to talk.
- A supervisor writes a script and has people close in age to the user record the user's phrases and then the program conducts the conversation.
- By enabling users to write scripts, record phrases, and import pictures, the program can be customized.
- It includes pictures that can be used.
- It can be accessed using a touchscreen, a single switch, a keyboard, or IntelliKeys.
- Runs on Macintosh and Windows computers.