Display Type

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.

Large rectangular tablet with AAC keyboard on the display and a camera mounted on the top.

Augmentative communications tablet devices that come with Android-based Chat software designed to fit a variety of needs for communicators at all levels.

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.

Screenshot showing a drop down menu on the left and cartoon drawing of a dog lying in grassy yard at night with a yellow smiling star in the sky.

A symbolic direct selection communicator training program for people with cognitive, communication, or speech disabilities or autism.

Screenshot with a drawing of a scene in a home and an onscreen keyboard below.

A  communication tool for those with autism, aphasia, apraxia, developmental disabilities or anyone wanting to enhance receptive language or visual memory. 

Large vertical rectangular diagram with hand in white on right side pointing to images on the left side with a ray of light spreading out from the index finger over the images.

A direct selection communications program designed for use by individuals who are non-verbal.