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Tom, a white teenage boy laying down and working in the garden with an iPad at his side

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Always ready with a joke

Tom is one of the funniest 12 years olds you’ll ever meet. Quick-witted and always ready with a joke, he and his family are always laughing.

All their stories

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All their stories

The boys at the Black Mountain School in Australia use Pictello to express their storytelling skills. They are very excited that they can create stories themselves to share with their family and friends.

Enrique with iPad

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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.

Just An Ordinary Day 2

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Just an ordinary day

Lisa is a single mum and has a 6-year-old son called Hunter. Lisa lost her speech when she was a child. Just as so many others, she takes her son to school and then goes to university for her Business study.

Still Enjoying

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Still enjoying our time together

Chuck Hummer was diagnosed with (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) ALS about 8 years ago. He now uses Proloquo2Go to communicate. He and his wife Sandra share their experience in living with ALS.

Five year old girl pointing finger

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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.

Girl typing on an iPad

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Communication as a basic right

Jordyn, a college student and AAC user, shares how the power of technology and communication allowed her to go from high school frustrations to finding her own voice.