Giving Children a Voice of Their Own

Up until now, children with communication difficulties could only speak with an adult voice or artificially emulated children’s voices that sounded quite robotic. With the first, real children's voices Harry and Rosie, children can finally speak their thoughts and needs with a voice that resembles their own. It will be life-changing for children who have difficulty speaking. England's National AAC coordinator Anna Reeves talks about the importance of giving speech disabled children a voice of their own and we see 6-year-old, autistic Ruby using the new voice Rosie.

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