Category Archives: Alternative and Augmentative Communication

Download Gazespeaker ⋆ Free Software Downloads

http://www.ispeech.org/text.to.speech “Gazespeaker is a free software designed to help people with disabilities to communicate and interact with their environment and the web uniquely with their eyes.”This is a fantastic free suite for eye gaze which is developing at pace. AAC … Continue reading

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TippyTalk – Tippy Talk

http://www.ispeech.org The TippyTalk is an enhanced AAC (communication) platform that removes the person living with the verbal disability from the frustration. Isolation and limitation of same room communication and opens the door to the world around them. How it works … Continue reading

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Voice Colors on Vimeo

http://www.ispeech.org/text.to.speech A documentary film that explores the historical challenges and strategies that enable Billy, on the autism spectrum, to become an independent communicator. This film is unique in that it presents footage from ages 3 to 16, showing Billy learning … Continue reading

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Lauren S. Enders on Social Media

http://www.ispeech.org Lauren S. Enders, MA, CCC-SLP is a speech-language pathologist currently serving as a full-time Augmentative Communication Consultant and Assistive Technology Consultant for the Bucks County Intermediate Unit in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Lauren has had a career-long passion for using … Continue reading

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Message and Voice Banking – Amy and Pals

http://www.ispeech.org/text.to.speech Changes in your speech or loss of speech may occur with ALS. While there is no easy way to prepare for this prospect, Message Banking and Voice Banking are excellent options for preserving your unique sound and the identity … Continue reading

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SPEAKall! : Evidence-Based Therapy App

http://www.ispeech.org/text.to.speech SPEAKall!® is an evidence-based therapy app specifically designed to introduce SPEAKall!® is an evidence-based therapy app specifically designed to introduce augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) in autism spectrum disorders and/or developmental speech and language disorders. SPEAKall!® was originally developed … Continue reading

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iPhone 6 Armband for One Handed Access | OT’s with Apps & Technology

http://www.ispeech.org/text.to.speech Stable Positioning with the Tune Belt Armband A client recently evaluated for his assistive technology needs required access to an AAC app to augment his communication using one hand and arm due to motor impairment of his non-dominant arm. The … Continue reading

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Project Vive | the Voz Box Speech Generation Device

http://www.ispeech.org The life changing speech device created by Project Vive called the Voz box is a reality. A real working device, the Voz box is as effective as it is affordable. This speech device is now within reach for those … Continue reading

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Boogie Board Helps Gives Cancer Patients a Voice

Powered by iSpeech IMAGINE losing your voice forever and suddenly not being able to utter a word. For some people, this prospect is a reality and the feeling of not being able to communicate like they once did changes their … Continue reading

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Uncommon Sense: Curious George Gets a Talker

Text to SpeechWho doesn’t love Curious George? He’s a clever, lovable monkey who cheerfully dives into one adventure after another. He’s also uniquely relatable to children with limited speech, because he doesn’t talk. He communicates in a variety of interesting … Continue reading

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