Blogs with tag Proloquo

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How are fringe words organized in Proloquo?
Low-frequency words like nouns are organized in category folders in AssistiveWare Proloquo®. In this blogpost we explain how this was done. As part of the “Proloquo explained” blog series, it is written for anyone who wants an in-depth explanation of the design of the new Proloquo AAC app.
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How did we make Proloquo extremely efficient?
AAC is always slower than speech so a good AAC system needs to be as efficient as possible to make it easier to participate in conversations. In this blogpost we explain how we were able to make Proloquo® really efficient. As part of the “Proloquo explained” blog series, it is written for anyone who wants an in-depth explanation of the design of the new Proloquo AAC app.
6 minute read
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Why don’t all buttons in Proloquo have symbols?
AssistiveWare’s Proloquo® combines buttons with graphic symbols and text-only buttons. In this blogpost, we explain why this is the case. As part of the “Proloquo explained” blog series, it is written for anyone who wants an in-depth explanation of the design of the new Proloquo AAC app.
5 minute read
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How are verbs organized in Proloquo?
Verbs are an important part of speech. In this blog post we explain the organization of verbs in Proloquo®. As part of the “Proloquo explained” series, it is written for anyone who wants an in-depth explanation of the design of the new Proloquo AAC app.
2 minute read
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How are adjectives and adverbs organized in Proloquo?
Adjectives and adverbs are an important parts of speech. In this blogpost we explain the organization of adjectives and adverbs in Proloquo®. As part of the “Proloquo explained” blog series, it is written for anyone who wants an in-depth explanation of the design of the new Proloquo AAC app
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Can I teach grammar with Proloquo?
Grammar is an important part of language and communication. In this blogpost we explain how you can teach grammar with Proloquo®. As part of the “Proloquo explained” blog series, it is written for anyone who wants an in-depth explanation of the design of the new Proloquo AAC app.
2 minute read
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