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She is only five years old

The parents of this five year old girl tell us about her communication challenges. They are very surprised at the results achieved with Proloquo2Go and regret not having started sooner.
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Blossoming as a child

Vanessa started using Proloquo2Go on an iPad and her speech is growing, and most importantly, she is blossoming as a child.
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It really has become his voice

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.
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Reaching out to others

Evie, a 27-year-old young adult, has always struggled to reach out to others. With Proloquo2Go, she can finally communicate with her family and friends.
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He always understood

Enrique has Down syndrome and does not speak. Thanks to Proloquo2Go, he is now able to communicate effectively with his family and at school.
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Is AAC always a voice?

We often talk about how Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) gives people a voice, but nobody can decide what someone else’s true voice is.
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VocaPriority™

VocaPriority™ solves the age-old AAC problem where each user needs different words, but therapists and parents have limited time for customization.
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Supporting all forms of communication

Communication can be defined as exchanging information by speaking, writing or some other means. It’s how we give and receive messages. But it is so much more than that.
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Communication is conversation

Get a peek inside the classroom with Tyrone, Alana and Andrew – all Proloquo2Go AAC users – and see how they are learning to advance their communication skills.
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