New Parkinson's Pt ability to adapt to software

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JD Duval
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New Parkinson's Pt ability to adapt to software

My wife has Parkinson's and is not able to speak now or move her hands. We are seeking a system for her to use on her MACBook/IPAD and found this company.. Our biggest concern is her ability to learn the software and keep her interest level in it without her getting frustrated due to complex tasking. They will be sending us Demo sip/puff, HeadMouse extreme and Tapio... anyone with an older ( 60+ ) pt who struggled or not with this new system can put our mind at ease?? We are also looking into TOBII which I'm sure most of you know... But this plug and play into our household that is completely MAC'd out is a huge bonus along with $$ of course.. Simply want my wife to be able to communicate with us without being a computer tech... thanks JD

Carol Villars
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JD,

JD,

If you are talking about Proloquo2Go for the iPad, iPod touch and iPhone you can go here to learn more about it: http://www.assistiveware.com/product/proloquo2go

I would also suggest that you might want to join our Facebook group for Adult Proloquo2Go Users and ask any questions you may have. They are a great group with helping each other.

If interested in joining the Adult User group please go here and ask to join: http://www.facebook.com/groups/192898234141275/

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