Autism Software from Model Me Kids® For Windows & MAC

Model Me Interactive™: Practicing Conversation For Ages 7-13 | Developed for children with Autism, Asperger Syndrome, and Developmental Delays.

Model Me Interactive™: Practicing Conversation combines video modeling teaching tools with the interactive capability of software. First, video models a conversation between children. Then, the student practices the conversation using a webcam. The practice conversation is recorded and a feedback area allows teachers to comment on and grade a student's recordings.

Ideal for professionals including teachers, therapists, and speech language pathologists.

Learn more about Model Me Interactive™ Autism Software by watching the software tutorials.

Customizable

The interactive conversation can be prompted with text or this feature may be turned off once the user becomes familiar with the lines. The text prompts may be changed by the user for an endless number of possible responses to the conversation prompts.

Easy to Use Autism Software

The software is intuitive and easy to use. Clear text buttons allow for navigation by young users.

Recommended for ages 5-12

 
Model Me Interactive™ Autism Software: Pricing

One copy of the software will need to be purchased for each computer on which it will be used. The software may not be used on more than one computer. Registration is good for one computer, for the life of that computer. The DVD must remain in the computer while the software is being used in order to access the videos.

System Requirements:
  • Windows: Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD Athlon® 64 processor
  • Mac OS: Multicore Intel processor and Mac OS X v10.6 or higher
  • 1GB of RAM
  • 1GB of available hard-disk space
  • 800x600 display and 16-bit color
  • CD-ROM drive
  • Web cam
  • Internet connection (to register software)

Topics include:

 

 

Greeting

Starting Conversation

Requesting

Who Questions

Where Questions

 

What Questions

Why Questions

Showing Interest

Answering

Inviting

 

Conversation Starters

Apologizing

Thanking

Reciprocal Conversation

Compromise