Pictello and Proloquo4Text user Johanna Schmidt writes about visual storytelling as a way for AAC users to share their self-authored identities, an especially important topic during the Coronavirus pandemic.
April is Autism Acceptance Month and we are looking forward to celebrating. We are excited to announce a 3 day discount. Proloquo2Go, Proloquo4Text, Pictello, Keeble and Gateway vocabulary will all be 50% off!
Everyone is talking about the coronavirus. Everyone wants to know about it and how it will affect their life. Parent and educator, Erin, writes about how we can talk with AAC users, like her daughter Maggie.
In 2010 I attended my first assistive technology conference. I was a mom trying to find technology that my daughter could use to communicate. I went to the conference to get information from experts. I assumed that if I went to the right conference, I could find the right technology, and the right strategies to learn to use it.
AssistiveWare has released a Proloquo4Text Mac app, as well as adding some exciting new features to Proloquo4Text for iPad, and iPhone. Now you can finally also have Proloquo4Text on your desktop, in your hands, in your pocket, and on your wrist.
Last year, we launched a new section of our website called Learn AAC. Our next project was to better support AAC users themselves. Here we share the insights we got from AAC users on their experiences.