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Proloquo2Go – App to help people communicate

Shared by Ana Duarte on 2015-12-26 19:15

About the solution

Proloquo2Go®, created by David, is an application for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch that provides a “voice” for people who have difficulty speaking or cannot speak at all.

Natural sounding speech is generated by touching on-screen buttons representing common actions and requests, or typing into a predictive text keyboard.

Proloquo2Go is the only AAC app that combines unique features, such as research-based vocabulary levels, (activity) templates to support motor-planning, ExpressivePower™ to express yourself and full bilingual support.
Proloquo2Go is designed to ensure growth of communication skills and to promote language development. It covers all users, from beginning to advanced users, while catering for a wide range of fine-motor, visual and cognitive skills.

Proloquo2Go’s unique features make it the premier Augmentative and Alternative Communication solution for children, teenagers and adults who need symbol support. Proloquo2Go has been used successfully with individuals with the following diagnoses: autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, developmental disabilities, apraxia, stroke, traumatic brain injury and others.
Proloquo2Go is currently available in English and Spanish, including regional variants.

More info: http://bit.ly/1bpX5r8

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About the author

David Niemeijer, born in Netherlands, AssistiveWare's CEO, created his company in 2000, after his friend Giesbert Nijhuis found himself in need of an on-screen keyboard when he became paralyzed from the neck down in a car accident.

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