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Add text and pictures to boards,
and hear speech when you click them
Watch Herbi Speaks in action, (starting at 1:30 in this video)
Learn about the new features in Version 2.1 of the media-enabled Herbi Speaks
Develop your handwriting skills with your Windows 8 device
Get the Herbi WriteAbout app from the Windows Store
NEW! Now Herbi WriteAbout can speak or play sounds
to encourage the student
Have words or phrases spoken by your Windows 8 device,
through touch, mouse, keyboard or other action
Get the 8 Way Speaker app from the Windows Store
"The Kings are here!"
A short lecture on how to remember the Kings of England from 1216 to 1485 presented using the 8 Way Speaker app for Windows 8
The 8 Way Speaker app above only uses the voices that come with Windows. The New "My Way Speaker" app runs
on most Windows computers and has been built so you can use any additional voices that you've installed on your
computer. This new app is a work in progress, and is actively being developed with feedback from people with
ALS/MND and Cerebral Palsy who are using the app. Let me know how the app can be made more useful for you.
Have the names of states, counties and cities spoken
as you explore a map of the United States on your Windows 8.1 device
Get the State Your Name Please app from the Windows Store
Other Herbi.org software to help with handwriting, spelling, web browsing, speaking and more!
Injury prevention with Herbi - SAFETY FIRST!
Cartoons inspired by Harborview Medical Center
Wear a helmet!
Car seats are cool!
Pots are hot!
Learn to swim!
Wear a life jacket!
Don't lean on window screens!
Crosswalks rock! Look both ways!
For anyone who likes spaniels, here are some cartoons about Jasmine, the English Cocker Spaniel puppy.