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What I Did

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What I did this morning

Danica has been using Proloquo2Go for about a year. She is now using the app for all sorts of things at school and at home. Proloquo2Go has been a life-saver for the family, as Danica experiences less melt-downs and can finally tell her parents what she did during her day.

Max at the kitchen table using iPad

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Tell us, we want to know

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.

Getting his message across

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Getting his message across - Parents about Proloquo2Go

Andrew has come a long way since he started using Proloquo2Go two years ago. His family is extremely happy that Andrew can now communicate not only with his parents, but also with his extended friends and family network. He no longer gets frustrated trying to get his point across.

Giesbert

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Head-designed

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.

A voice for my son

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A voice for my son

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

Elina

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Me and my computer

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.