Our AAC apps

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Your words. Your way.

Children, teens and adults who can’t speak can use this symbol-based AAC app for iOS as a daily communication tool and to build language skills. From the first time someone opens the app, a few taps are all it takes to start talking to the world.

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Type. Communicate. Connect.

Children, teens and adults who can’t (always) speak can use this text-based AAC app for iOS to communicate confidently. If you can write, you can use Proloquo4Text – it’s that easy.

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Tap. Print. Connect.

Using PODD is now simpler than ever. simPODD is user-friendly, and makes communication more intuitive and printing faster by combining everything in one app. Start with a free trial. Multiple plans available.

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Share your story

Create and share visual stories and schedules with this app for iOS. Adding your own pictures, videos and recordings to stories you create makes it easier to share information while building literacy skills, as well as confidence in storytelling.

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Typing made easy

Finding the right words to say can be a challenge, but typing doesn’t have to be. This accessible keyboard is designed to make typing in almost any iOS app easier and faster for people with physical and vision impairments.

Other accessibility and educational solutions

Keedogo Plus is an iPad keyboard with word prediction designed for children and young students.

Accessible word processor designed to support reading comprehension and text composition.

Natural-sounding Text to Speech voices in over 30 languages.