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User videos

Below you can view all our user videos. These and other videos are also available on our AssistiveWare YouTube Channel.

Note that these videos present unscripted case studies and any statements made in the videos pertain to that particular case and are not intended as a comprehensive product evaluation or recommendation. Different people have different needs and it is always recommended to get an AT or AAC evaluation from an expert before selecting a product.

Meet Charlie, diagnosed with autism and a speech disability. His mother, Rebecca, recognised that Charlie was different early on. Read how she had to advocate for him.

Watch the video for a peek inside the classroom with Tyrone, Alana and Andrew – all Proloquo2Go AAC users – observing the Malkara School students with their teacher as they are learning to advance their communication skills.

The boys at the Black Mountain School in Australia use Pictello to express their storytelling skills. They are very excited that they can create stories themselves to share with their family and friends.

Lisa is a single mum and has a 6-year-old son called Hunter. Lisa lost her speech when she was a child. Just as so many others, she takes her son to school and then goes to university for her Business study.

This is the second time we filmed Vanessa, who is diagnosed with autism and now 4 years old. Since then her confidence level has grown and she is approaching other children using the app.

Larry lost his speech due to a stroke, a devastating experience for himself and his family. Proloquo2Go is used not only to help him express himself but also to help with auditory comprehension.

The heartwarming story of 9-years-old Enrique who has Down Syndrome and does not speak, but now, thanks to Proloquo2Go is able to communicate effectively with his family and at school.

Chuck Hummer was diagnosed with (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) ALS about 8 years ago. He now uses Proloquo2Go to communicate. He and his wife Sandra share their experience in living with ALS.

Watch the impact Proloquo2Go and the new authentic children's voice Rosie have on Ruby.

Max is nine years old and was born with Cerebral Palsy. According to his speech therapist, Proloquo2Go has become his voice and has completely changed his life.

Nick is ten years old and was diagnosed with autism. With Proloquo2Go he no longer has to try to be what other people want him to be, because he can now initiate communication and say what he wants.

Vanessa started using Proloquo2Go on an iPad and her speech is growing, and most importantly, she is blossoming as a child.

Giesbert Nijhuis is paralyzed from the neck down due to a spinal cord injury caused by a car accident. He now designs t-shirts, CD covers, film posters and much more using a head pointer and an on-screen keyboard.

Joe Barnick was born with spinal muscular atrophy and cannot use a keyboard or mouse, yet thanks to assistive technology he can use his computer to do all those things he cannot do in real life.

Elina (10) was born with athetoid cerebral palsy. Thanks to her computer she can write independently, correspond through email with her friends and express herself in school papers.

Mike Phillips is a gamer and freelance technology writer born with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA). Using his thumb and a proximity switch he can access his computer.

Marie-France, has lost her voice and can only move a jaw muscle, but still plays a pivotal role in the household thanks to assistive technology.

Leigh-Anne Tompkins was born with cerebral palsy. This did not stop her from making her dreams come true. She graduated magna cum laude in Fine Arts and now has her own company: Graphics Afoot Studio Design.

Anne Robertson became blind as a small child. She is now a professional French to English translator using the latest Mac OS X screen reader in combination with naturally sounding Text to Speech voices.