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04 Jul

Rory Cellan-Jones from the BBC reports: "New technology can be inspiring, exciting or sometimes infuriating - but I can't ever remember it being really moving. Until, that is, I met Ruby Dunn, whose life is being changed by a piece of software."

03 Jul

UKNow reports on how an iPad with Proloquo2Go help 5-year old Hunter Harrison, who has a neuromuscular disability, find his voice.

 

29 Jun

We are happy to report the Proloquo2Go 2.0.1 has been released. Version 2.0.1 contains over 30 bug fixes and several key enhancements.

19 Jun

We are proud to share that, as a first in the industry, Proloquo2Go now offers two real British children’s voices: Harry and Rosie. These were developed in collaboration between AssistiveWare and Acapela Group.

19 Jun

We are thrilled to announce the release of Proloquo2Go 2.0! This free update for our existing users offer two completely new vocubularies, more powerful editing options and many users requested features.

20 May

Urban Times featured Proloquo2Go in an article about AAC solutions for children with autism.

"The number of children affected by autism in the last 10 years has risen drastically. This last decade has witnessed a boon in technology of all kinds. At a time when leaps and bounds in technology spark debate regarding the erosion of authentic human communications and interactions, iPads, Proloquo2Go and others like it are forging new lines of communication for those who might not have otherwise have had the chance to be heard and validated."

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