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A black rectangular device with six message icons with text above such as "television" and "coffee," and a handle on the top.

Message recording and playback device that will hold up to 10 levels of recordings with each cell recording up to 10 seconds of audio.

Large round blue square with a black outline of a side view of a person's face on the left. The person is speaking and pointing at a display, and sound waves are emanating outward from it.

An assistive communication app for people and children with emerging communication needs and developmental delays.

Two smartphones staggered one behind the other, each with a conversation bubble.

A free mobile app for patients with cognitive, communication, learning, or speech disabilities or autism that facilitates communication with family members or healthcare providers who are in proximity to the patient and can provide immediate assistance.

mona gray and black door monitor, white video receiver with a screen at the top, and a white transmitter.

Audio/video transmission system designed as a video intercom for outside the house and/or for video monitoring inside the house – for example in a baby’s or sick person’s room.

Green software box with an image of an owl on a branch and the product name underneath. Leaning against the box is a CD.

A program for students with disabilities to learn functional vocabulary words.

Bright yellow square with 3 orange stars diagonally across the middle and a white round dot at the end and Working4 written underneath it.

A visual reinforcement system designed for use by individuals with communication and autism spectrum disorders that can let someone know what he’s working for, how much work he needs to do, and how close he is to earning a reward for that work.

Square app logo with red on top the lowercase word wait, with blue on the bottom and the number 4 next to the black lettering it in a white box.

An app designed for use by individuals with communication and autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) to help teach the concept of “wait” and encourage learners to wait successfully.

Screenshot of sentence construction function, with three columns of word choices on the bottom and sentence window on the top.

A free program optimized for use on tablet computers, designed for people who have problems speaking. It can have the user's common phrases spoken by the default voice on the tablet PC. 

Screenshot of main menu, with four, long, horizontally stacked bars representing function options.

A free and open source Android application that turns a phone or tablet into an inexpensive augmentative and alternative communication device.

Screenshot of main menu with grid of control options and image of user on lower left.

An open source assistive communication tool developed for individuals living with paralysis or Locked-In Syndrome (LIS).