Synthesized Voice

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App used to convert text to speech for those who are language impaired or visually impaired.

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PECS IV+ is an app for the iPad which helps transition learners who have mastered phases I through to IV of PECS to high tech AAC methods. It allows users to construct a multi-picture sentence strip using sentence starters. It uses synthesised and/or digitised voice output.

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A professional text-to-speech program that converts any written text into spoken words. Upload text and documents or convert to mp3 to listen to anywhere anytime.

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ModelTalker is a speech synthesis software designed to benefit people who are losing or who have already lost their ability to speak. It allows people to create a personalised and unique synthetic voice that is representative of their own or of a family member's voice. This personalised synthetic voice can then be used on speech generating devices with a speech output software or app.


For more information on this product, please refer to the manufacturer's website.

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Communication program for people with visual impairments.

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A free AAC talker app supports communication in all areas of life and therefore providing a voice to everyone.

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IVONA provides TTS voices for your Android device. 


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An app designed for use by individuals with an impairment in communication (Augmentative and Alternative Communication; AAC). Communication is possible with the use of pictograms, while a calendar helps with daily activities.

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A handwriting-to-speech application for iOS devices, HandySpeech provides people with speech and hearing disabilities a quick and easy conversational tool. The application remembers frequently used phrases, learns the user’s handwriting style, understands cursive, print and mixed writing styles and contains a dictionary for unusual words.

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Grid Player is a free Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) app that helps people who cannot speak to communicate, including those who use symbols or whose speech is unclear.