How to Use

maumie app manual information for user.

Video Modeling

Select Account

Please choose the type of account Parents (Educators, teachers, employers) account.

Select the recommended and popular video folder

Check the suggetsted/Recommended and popular videos and select the folder

Add to Library

Check the list of videos and select and add the vidoes for your children (student, employee) in the library

Check Library

if "MY LIBRARY"is selected, you can check the added videos

Select Account

Select the type of Parents (educators, employers) account

Creating Contents

[1] Click on create content from the screen
[2] Enter the information of the content you are creating
[3] Click on "share" if you desire to share the content with another individual with similiar impairments
[4] You can select the video form your smartphone's gallery of film it yourself

Creating content subtitles

The subtitles can be created for different behavior or sets of actions, placing subtitle son segmented video images can be much more effective in the learning process

Uploading content

If the steps "video and filming", "subtitle creation" have been completed, proceed to click on the upload button to upload the created content You can check the video content in "MY LIBRARY"

Select the AAC folder

On your account, you can choose AAC emotion or AAC answer folder to use AAC cards

Select the AAC Emotion related (emotional ability) folder

You can proceed with the learning process after selecting the AAC emotion related (emotional ability) folder.

Express your feelings with image cards

Using emotion cards you can clearly express your feelings and answers to your family, friends or coworkers.

Click on video

Click on the learning video you are interested in Please choose the  type of account. Parents (educators, teachers, employers) account.

Select the recommended and popular video folder

Check the suggested/recommended and popular videos and select the folder.

Add to library

Check the list of videos and select and add the videos for your children (student, employee) in the library Check library IF “MY LIBRARY” is selected, you can check the recenlty added videos.

Select account

Select the type of Parents (educators, employers) account.

Creating contents

1. Click on create content form the screen.

2. Enter the information of the content you are developing.

3. Click on “share” if you desire to share the content with another individual with similar impairments.

4. You can select the video from your smartphone’s gallery of the film it yourself .

Creating content subtitles

The subtitles can be created for different behavior or set of actions, placing subtitles on segmented video images can  be much more effective in the learning process.

Uploading content

if the steps “video and filming”, “subtitle creation” have been completed, proceed to click on the upload button to upload the created content You can check the video content in “MY LIBRARY”

Click on the wanted learning (traning) video

Please choose the type of account Parents (educators, teachers, employers) account.

Selec the AAC emotion-related (emotional ability) folder

You can proceed with the learning process afterselecting the AAC emotion-related (emotional ability) folder.

Communicating after selecting and viewing emotion-related image cards.

select from among different emotion card categories and proceed to the learning stage and follow as nstructed (imitate Expression)for training, The learning process starts when the desired categoryamong different emotion-related card categories is chooseand the specific method of communications is imitated.

FAQ

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in a fast and simple way from our FAQ section

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error/bug report will be sent through 1:1 inquiries

FAQ

You can find the answer to your

inquiries in a fast and simple way 

from our FAQ section

Contact

Detailed response to positive feedback, 

complaints, error/bug report will be sent

through 1:1 inquiries