Synthesized Voice

Menu options on a mobile phone featuring icons with corresponding labels that form the sentence, "See what I am saying."

An app that enables real-time communication with symbol speakers through symbol systems and is intuitive and easy to use.

An emotions aac board on smartphone is shown. There are 5 smiley/frowning type circle faces drawn with 3 red buttons on the bottom to go back, SOS, and Talk.

An app directed at people unable to communicate fluently orally or through writing with health professionals, family, or any other person. HelpTalk allows users to create sets of actions that represent their needs in terms of communication, with the actions most suited for each disability/user. 

Symbols with corresponding icons and menu options such as chat, feelings, and people.

A symbol-based communication app, powered by a prediction technology. SwiftKey Symbols learns from users to predict the symbol they’re most likely to want next, saving time and helping them to communicate faster and more easily.

A green carrying case with a handle and a tablet inside featuring the TalkTablet Speech App menu screen. The screen features word choices with corresponding illustrations.

Speech Tablets are AAC devices within a tablet that contains a speech app and includes a carrying case.

A mobile phone-sized tablet attached to a band that is wrapped around a wrist. The screen features menu options features words and phrases such as good morning, goodbye, and good night.

An AAC/speech “device” that is worn on the wrist. It is suitable for children and adults with autism, aphasia (stroke), Parkinson’s, or any condition that affects their ability to communicate with friends and family.

A screenshot of the Settings menu written in a royal blue header. Select languages for speech to text is the first selection; select STT Engine is the second, and Select delay between STT start and stop is the third.

An Android communication application (app) that enables individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing or have a speech disability to communicate with others. 

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.

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.