Look what my brilliant friend Hammie developed to help non-verbal kids communicate, starring her daughter Grace. If only we could all have mothers like Hammie (and daughters like Grace!)
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Isn’t it wonderful!!
What a great idea.
Fecking amazing. I’ve been following Hammie’s blog for a while now – how amazing to see gorgeous Grace in person! And an iPhone app too – what genius. Families like this give me hope for the world. xx
Congratulations Hammie and Grace!
For all the things in life that bring tears to my eyes, this was a wonderful and excellent reason for once.
Grace is a beautiful child and Hammie is a great person and mother.
what great news to start off the new year. that’s just wonderful!
hammie’s a true heroine, and little grace is lovely!
Holy CRAP, I have been out of the Hammie loop! That is completely amazing!!!
Braindance salutes you, what a innovative and totally useful creation for people with a myriad of communication obstacles.
Brains, beauty and empathy, you are the perfect mother.
Top respect. x
That’s fabulous! We kept trying to find something like that for our son when he was younger and very delayed with his verbal communication. This is going to help a lot of kids!!
Wow, thanks Sis. And thanks everyone for the encouragement. xx
What beautiful and devoted work you do, Hammie, to help your family and others. Much love and respect.
WOW! This is huge. Visual learning is so untapped & this development can help many, many people. Thankyou, thankyou.
I couldn’t get it to play.
great way to use technology. I asked blackberry to get involved with this 5 years ago and they laughed at me. This looks to be very promising and could morph into a blue tooth enabled voice prompter before long.??
Great job Hammie!
Well done Hammie!!
Wow, really brilliant. What an impressive achievement and contribution. And what a beautiful family!
OMG – I just saw this and it’s genius! I love that woman.
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