Communication Devices

A screenshot featuring communication menu options such as keyboard, notebooks, and phone.

A language system for literate adults who, due to a stroke, a traumatic brain injury or a degenerative neurological disease such as ALS, need a way to actively engage at home, in the workplace, in social situations, and in medical settings.

Word selection screen on a white tablet with a handle displaying a 6x10 communications grid.

A communications device for individuals who have difficulty using their natural voice that combines the TouchChat app with an Apple iPad or iPad mini and the ChatWrap case.

A screenshot of the phrases and words menu with symbols above each selection, for example, "good" with a thumbs up.

Communication apps suitable for people with autism, aphasia, dysarthria, dyspraxia and cerebral palsy. All of the TalkingTablet Communication Aids include voice control which allows the user to have speech on all the time or only at the completion of the statement.

White, rectangular device, rounded at one end, with LED lights along the bottom right and a speaker in the center of the rounded point.

An electronic voice Level Indicator for children with learning problems designed to help them get their volume just right.

Two horizontal pen-like devices with a small black button near the back end of the pen. A red pen is above and slightly behind a blue pen below.

A sound recording and playback device that uses coded stickers to identify saved recordings, lets users record sounds and messages, and plays those sounds when the user points to the stickers.

A long, rectangular desktop device tilted forward and featuring four large, hexagonal buttons with images of communications options.

A multi-speech aid that has been designed for use in the classroom where its speech output and adjustable volume levels allow pupils to participate in classroom activities.

Rounded square cartoon drawing of an orange fox holding a tablet with letter combinations on the screen.

An app for improving a child’s speech that is designed for children with speech sound errors. It is developed to be used in consultation with a speech therapist.

Rounded light blue square with grid-like pattern in background with a large, yellow letter V in the center.

A voice input augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) app designed for people with dysarthria that allows them to use voice commands to speak phrases.

A slender, black rectangular device lined in gray around the edges with black braille keys at the bottom.

VarioPro 80 is equipped with 80 braille cells and thumb-operated roll bars that provide the user with uninterrupted reading and quicker orientation to the information that appears on the computer screen. New job functions can be added for use in the work environment. 

Laptop computer with a display showing the program's main screen, which features its name against a black, night sky, treetops along the bottom, and balloons in the shape of hearts.

A program that uses non-verbal communication training during the early-language stage, to enable professionals and home users to develop a reasonable and personalized treatment program that may be used for therapy at home.