The QWERTY Alphabet Board is a basic communication board. It contains the letters of the alphabet arranged like the keys on a computer keyboard.
This particular arrangement is called a QWERTY layout, since the five letters in the upper left hand side of the board spell out the word Q-W-E-R-T-Y.
- Comes in a stiff, non-glare, double-sided protective folder
- Customizable blank communication board on the back
- Comes with an instruction booklet
To watch a video of a person using a small communication board, please click on the "Product Videos" tab, above.
Note: If a person has the physical, visual and cognitive ability to usea core vocabulary board (such as AlphaCore), that can be much faster than using an alphabet board for communication.
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Qwerty letterboard helps my son who has Cerebral palsy, motor and visual challenges
Thank you for the letter board, it is durable, the 11"x 81/2" inch size is perfect for my son who has cerebral palsy, is not able to speak clearly, has hand tremors and visual challenges. He is not able to spell words out but he uses it by pointing to first letter sounds and sounds in the words ie he will press "P" letter for "purple" and i "for iPad" to tell us he wants his iPad with the purple protective cover on it.