Our mission - making Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) an effective and accepted means of communication would be impossible to achieve without families, professionals and schools having access to AAC.
At AssistiveWare, we want to make sure that AAC users can say anything, anywhere, at any time. Following this mission, Proloquo2Go 7.7 includes symbols and vocabulary for body parts, sexuality, and intimacy. In this blog post, Donnie TC Denome explains why this vocabulary is essential for all AAC users of all ages to have access to.
Access to communication is a right that has been eroded in the stress of the pandemic. That’s why to mark Autism Acceptance Month this year; we will offer our traditional discount of 50% off to more products for an extended period.
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.
It was on Mac that our augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) journey started almost 15 years ago. In 2005, Proloquo was released. This precursor to Proloquo2Go was the first AAC app on Mac OS X. We are coming full circle with the release of Proloquo2Go for Mac with macOS Catalina.
It is hard to believe that it is already 10 years ago that the first Proloquo2Go was released. Today we are releasing the 7th major update. Proloquo2Go 7 introduces a number of exciting new features that we would like to tell you more about.