Does Proloquo2Go support auditory scanning?

Starting with version 4.0, Proloquo2Go supports auditory scanning. When auditory cues are turned on, as each item is highlighted, its label is spoken aloud. This allows users with vision impairments to use scanning – they wait until they hear the name of the item they want, and then hit their switch.

Note that we have also added auditory cues for Select on Release. This is useful for individuals with vision impairment who have good fine motor skills and can use a single finger to point, but cannot see what they are pointing to. With auditory cues turned on, the user can move one finger around the screen and hear the name of the button currently being touched. When you hear the name of the item you want, lift up your finger, and that item will be selected.

You can read more about both of these features in the blog post Road to Proloquo2Go 4 - Alternative Access.

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