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LADL coversMy House, My Town, and My School:
The Language Activities of Daily Living Series

Author: Barbara Couse Adams, M.S. (CCC-SLP)

These all-new Sterling Edition programs offer functional language training for children and adults who need to learn about the objects and activities they encounter in their daily routines.

These programs:
  • Train over 400 functional vocabulary items
  • Increase understanding of objects and their functions
  • Build independence in the home, community, and school
Suggested for individuals (Pre-K through Adult) with:
  • Autism, developmental disabilities, language-learning disabilities, low vision, hearing impairments, TBI, and aphasia.
  • Also English language learners (Pre-K through Adult)

Product Description:

These all-new Sterling Editions encourage users to explore and interact with functional vocabulary words in realistic contexts. You select which scenes to use and how many items are shown and trained in each scene. Additional Information or pricing.
My House screen My House
This program helps children and adults develop independence in their homes. They’ll learn over 140 vocabulary items found in 6 different rooms: living room, dining room, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, and laundry room. Pricing information

park sceneMy Town
This program offers a motivating way to teach children and adults over 130 vocabulary items found in 6 community settings: doctor’s office, dentist’s office, restaurant, park, city neighborhood, and suburban neighborhood. Pricing information

My Town screen My School
This is a great program to train students for school experiences. You can choose from over 130 vocabulary items in 6 school settings: classroom, gym, cafeteria, library, music room, and main entrance. Pricing information


Eight Activites Available

Optimized Intervention - Training by Name/ Function
These activites train the names or functions of common objects. The program tracks a user's responses and then automatically moves among three training levels, each with a different amount of instructional support.

Discover Names/Functions
These open-ended activities let users select an item and hear its name or function.

Identify Names/Functions
These activities ask users to identify objects based on their names or functions. You can set the program to run at any one of the three training levels.

Test Names/Functions
These activities test users on the item names or functions of the objects in a scene.

System Requirements

Macintosh® System Requirements:

  • 300 MHz or faster PowerPC®, Intel® or better CPU with Mac OS® 8.1 or later, including any Mac OS X*
  • 128 MB RAM, 256 MB RAM for OS X
  • 40 MB of available disk space
  • Color monitor capable of 800 x 600 resolution with thousands of colors
  • CD or DVD drive
  • Web browser (for Help System- no Internet connection is required)

*Users of Mac OS Lion (version 10.7) or later will be required to download and install an application from our web site.

Windows® System Requirements:

  • 300 MHz or faster CPU with Microsoft® Windows® 98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista®, 7, or 8
  • 64 MB of installed RAM
  • 40 MB of available disk space
  • Color monitor capable of 800 x 600 resolution with high color
  • Windows compatible sound card and speakers
  • CD or DVD drive
  • Web browser (for Help System- no Internet connection is required)

Interface Options:

Mouse, keyboard, single or dual switch, touch screen, or any other compatible pointing device.


Author: Barbara Couse Adams, M.S. (CCC-SLP)

Barbara Couse Adams is a licensed speech-language pathologist who established her own private practice and consulting company in 1985. Since that time, her clinical and consultative work has specialized in the utilization of assistive technology for persons with disabilities. She has taught assisitive technology courses at the State University of New York at New Paltz.

"My House, My School, and My Town can be a big help in supplementing regularly scheduled therapy. Special education teachers, clasroom aides, and volunteers will appreciate the programs' clean design and effective simplicity." Helen Hoffner
Technology and Learning Magazine

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