Tag Archives: AAC

8 Way Speaker App | Augmentative Communication in Windows 8

Text to Speech Augmentative Communication in Windows 8 The 8 Way Speaker app will speak words and phrases that you can select in the way that’s most comfortable for you. So whether you touch the screen, or use a mouse … Continue reading

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CommuniKate 20 | AAC Page Set

http://www.ispeech.org   CommuniKate 20 is a socially focused AAC page set designed exclusively for people who use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). It was designed so that it could be easily used in conjunction with a low-tech communication book and … Continue reading

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Assistive Express on the App Store on iTunes

http://www.ispeech.org/text.to.speech Assistive Apps presents Assistive Express, an affordable Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC) Device, catered to people with difficulty in speech. The biggest challenge for such users when using AAC devices is the number of key strokes or hits required to … Continue reading

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RocketKeys | MyVoice

iSpeech RocketKeys gives a voice to people with ALS, Aphasia, Autism, Brain Injury, Cerebral Palsy, MND, and Parkinson’s, using its customizable keyboards, accessible input, and sentence prediction. via RocketKeys | MyVoice.

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ProSlate 10™ | FRS Custom Solutions

Convert Text to Speech The ComLink ProSlate 10™ is the world’s first Apple based, full featured AAC device designed from the beginning to be a Dedicated Speech Generating Device that meets the assistive needs of our users with disabilities. Until now, people wanting to … Continue reading

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