GoTalk communication devices are battery-powered augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices used by people who, some or all of the time, can’t communicate well by speaking. AAC users encounter difficulty communicating via speech due to congenital and/or acquired disabilities occurring. These conditions include but are not limited to autism, cerebral palsy, dual sensory impairments, genetic […]
Posts with the augmentative communication device tag
Monday Tech Tip: Super Talker FT
Mary Sagstetter, AbleNet shows us the Super Talker FT, which is an augmentative communication device. Check it out here: Click here to learn more about the Super Talker FT.
Hip Talk Plus is the Communicator with It All
Portable communication doesn’t get any better than this! The Hip Talk Plus is a wearable augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) device. AAC devices help people with disabilities who have lost their natural speaking ability to be able to communicate or express their thoughts, wants and needs to others without speaking. The Hip Talk Plus is […]
TextSpeak Talking Keyboard assists with Communication
TextSpeak is an augmentative communication device that does not require a personal computer or buttons with pictures to operate. Many other augmentative communication devices need a computer or are made for younger children with programmable phrases that are represented by illustrations. The TextSpeak talking keyboard requires no computer connection and has no set up. This […]