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15 May

In 2009, Sharia was diagnosed with autism. She uses an iPad with Proloquo2Go to help her communicate. Before having the iPad, Sharia's only way of communicating was crying. She was non-verbal and had no way of expressing what she wanted or how she was feeling.

"What the iPad has done has given her a sense of control that she never had before," her father said. "She knows when you touch it, something is supposed to happen. She knows she doesn't need to cry, she needs to point."

03 May

Enrique is a second-grader with special needs. Among other things he is diagnosed with verbal apraxia, a motor skill disorder that makes it unable for him to speak. However, with the help of his family and his school he has found his voice.

28 Apr

Version 1.8.5 combines optimization for the gorgeous Retina display of the new iPad and a number of much requested features with bug fixes and stability enhancements.

20 Apr

The Loop's Jim Dalrymple, covering our recent survey, reports that while more children than ever are being diagnosed with Autism, many are finding a bit of relief by using some form of modern technology, like Apple’s iPad.

17 Apr

New Communication Benefits and Challenges Revealed In Survey Conducted by AssistiveWare, Maker of iOS App Proloquo2Go, and University of San Diego and CSU San Marcos Professors.

11 Apr

Today we released Infovox iVox 3. With Infovox iVox 3 it is no longer required to purchase all voices for a language at once. Based on user feedback the voices can now be purchased à la carte by using voice credits, with prices starting at $20 (North America) and € 20 excluding VAT (elsewhere) for use on up to two computers. Discounts are available for multiple voice and multiple computer licenses.