A series of full-featured communication apps for individuals who have difficulty using their natural voice. They are designed for individuals with Autism, Down Syndrome, ALS, apraxia, stroke, or other conditions that affect a person’s ability to use natural speech.
An evidence-based picture exchange app designed to encourage and reward independent communication through the use of images. While created with and for people with autism, it can be used by anyone with a speech disability or delay.
An app designed for those who have lost their ability to speak but can read, it enables individuals a way to “speak” by either typing or choosing from existing topics and phrases, or by adding new ones.
Software that can look up words in virtually any program with just one click: just hold down the Ctrl key and right-click on the word. The hotkey can be customized, or a keyboard shortcut can be used if preferred.
An English dictionary iOS app for those who do not want to handle a physical dictionary. The AED shows how every word is linked to another for a better understanding (word net approach) and has High-quality audio pronunciation (American, British and Australian English).
An Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC) app catered to people with difficulty in speech. Assistive Express is designed to be simple and efficient, allowing users to express their views and thoughts with natural sounding voices.