The Prancha Multiplataforma Livre (Free Communication Board) is software that has been developed to automate the use of symbols as an alternative communication process, providing ease of use through the computer.
Compact, economical recorders that document every word of your important telephone and two-way radio conversations — inexpensive to purchase, simple to install, and easy to operate. They store recordings on a built-in hard drive and/or a PC via USB or LAN connection.
A visually stimulating app that responds to sounds. It is designed to assist with speech therapy and can be used to encourage children to vocalize and make sounds, either through the internal microphone or via an external microphone.
A range of software AAC and captioning software, specifically designed for individuals with communication disabilities, and individuals who are Deaf, Hard-of-Hearing, and have difficulty writing/typing, speaking, and/or reading.
The RIDBC Auslan Tutor is a video tutorial app which has been designed for use on mobile devices to help anyone wanting to learn Australian Sign Language (Auslan) and communicate with someone who is deaf.
An alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) app designed for people with limited language skills and is particularly helpful for children with autism that uses visual scenes for context-based communication or to create new learning aids with interactive features.
The SMART Brailler enables multi-sensory learning through visual, tactile, and auditory feedback. It allows users to edit, save, and transfer brailled documents to digital text files via USB to read the document on a computer.
MisterBLISS is a word processing program written in the Bliss language that enables users to search for symbols in different ways. Its main objective is to provide an intuitive and natural tool for the composition of a page in Bliss, or of a communication table.
CHIP SPEAKING is a desktop augmentative communication device that supports up to 99 messages. Users can record in their own voice (or care-givers can record the voice of someone else of the same gender and age) or take advantage of computerized voices.