on Google Play
Apple iOS version coming soon !
Final look of A BuZoo Story [ for Android ]
An awesome interaction even without a steady hand
A BuZoo Story Testing in Action
“Some of these applications were recommended by the International Association Autism Speaks.
The research apps are suitable for children with the following disorders: Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down syndrome, Angelman syndrome, Rett syndrome, and children with physical and hearing impairments.
Most of them are designed for children with autism (93% or 25 applications from 27), the smallest number of the apps are designed for children with cerebral palsy (33% or 9 applications from 27). Only 6 applications (22%) of all investigated apps are suitable for all the disorders listed above. These are: A BuZoo Story, Aacorn AAC, Avatalker AAC, Learn with Rufus: Emotions, LetMeTalk, Quick Talk AAC.”
—[ International Journal on Advance Science Engineering Information Technology | Vol. 8 (2018) No. 6 | ISSN: 2088-5334
By Radoslava Stankova Kraleva & Velin Kralev, of South-West University "Neofit Rilski", December 2018 ]
“A BuZoo Story is providing multiple means of action and expression, whereby users can utilize different ways of interacting with the app, in terms of their responses and navigation, as well as optimize tools and forms of assistive technologies.
… users can treat their physical disability/ies as secondary and be able to engage with an app that adds value to their educational skill development (Schrock, 2014).
This app provides the individual with a physical disability with the ability to interact with an app that compensates for their disability and allows them to engage in an educational environment using alternative methods of interaction.
Developmental educators and teachers can use A BuZoo Story as a means of engaging children to learn in a fun, creative, and interactive manner. The educational component of the app can contribute further towards the development of skills in children with learning/intellectual disabilities, as well as children who have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.”