An AAC user indicates a series of numbers on an eye gaze communication board in order to convey a word
Augmentative and Alternative Communication for ASD
SDG using a visual scene display, accessed using a head mouse
A subject uses eye-gaze to indicate choices on a transparent letter-based communication board
What is Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ACC)?
Getting Started With Pictures Symbols / Icons
Dynamic Display Devices
The Logan ProxTalker AAC Device Package by Proxtalker (LoganTech) is one of the most well-loved and often-talked-about augmentative and alternative communication devices available today. Utilizing RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology, the ProxTalker is the first picture communication system to actually talk. This exciting mid-tech AAC device retrieves vocabulary stored on sound tags to produce real, audible words, storing up to 1,000 minutes of 8-second sound tags. S
The Randomizer AssistiveCommunicator by Adaptivation review with its amazing scope of applications across a wide range of settings. As a sequential communicator that plays back messages in random order, the Randomizer offers two recording levels and three playback options. Children or their caregivers, teachers, or parents can record messages of up to 90 seconds in length for each level, for a total of three minutes of recording time. Playback modes include single message mode, jumble mode where messages will play back in random order, and eliminator mode where messages occur in random order, but once a message is played, it is not played again until all the messages have been played.
With its multifunctional versatility, the BIGmack Multi-Color Communicator by Ablenet also boasts one of the lowest price points for a recording and speaking augmentative and assistive communication device. Named for its large 5-inch activation area, the BIGmack provides plenty of tapping space for young users with low physical control. Its brightly colored disc tops come in blue, red, yellow, and green, making it easier to see for low vision users, and more fun to activate.
Assistive Communication Apps Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Look2Learn – AAC
iCommunicate for iPad
APP2Speak, developed by a speech pathologist, is an easy-to-use app designed for people who have lost their speech as a result of a stroke or traumatic brain injury. With App2Speak, which is available for iOS and Android, people with speech difficulties improve their self-esteem and independence.Gina Baldwin is a licensed speech pathologist with over 35 years of experience in helping people communicate.
Speech Tablet All-in-1 AAC Symbols-Based (AAC Device) with 8.7 inch Galaxy Android Tablet, TalkTablet Speech app,
The new GoTalk Cover and Stand is a discreet, convenient, easy-to-use tote that fits GoTalk 4+, GoTalk 9+ and GoTalk 20+. This lightweight, durable green vinyl folder holds GoTalks securely when closed and opens easily for use as a stand. GoTalk Carry Stand protects your GoTalk+ and is ideal for classroom, at home or when you re out and about.
TalkBook Four has a vinyl folder with transparent pockets that hold four removable GoTalk Ones. Works well as an affordable, easy-to-carry, four message communication device. Includes TalkBook Four vinyl folder plus 4- GoTalk Ones. Purchase additional GoTalk Ones seperately.
TD I-110 is a durable touch screen speech generating device for those with conditions such as autism. This communication solution is now designed to keep up with even more of life’s adventures.