Not being able to speak isn’t the same as having nothing to say. Children, teens and adults who can’t speak can use this Augmentative and Alternative Communication (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.
You’ll love how this symbol-based app helps users learn how to express themselves. Proloquo2Go puts the user’s development first, with innovative features based on clinical knowledge and user research.
It’s also one of the few AAC apps designed to support all users, from beginning to advanced. Completely customizable and designed for a range of fine-motor and visual skills, the app’s versatility makes it useful for non-verbal people with autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, and a range of other diagnoses or speech impediments like apraxia and dysarthria.
An AAC app for kids, teens and adults
Webinar: Getting started with Proloquo2Go!
Join Senior Speech Pathologist Amanda Hartmann as she helps you get started with Proloquo2Go. She will give an overview of Proloquo2Go and explain how you can use Proloquo2Go to support the communication skills of your AAC learner. Take an easy-to-follow, step-by-step look at Proloquo2Go.
Studies show that just 200-400 words make up 80% of what we say. Known as core words, they act as the basis of Proloquo2Go. Users can develop from single words to full grammatical sentences in the same comprehensive app.
Proloquo2Go lets you be you. Choose from 100 voices, ranging from friendly adult voices to genuine children’s voices and bilingual voices. The voices are created using real recorded speech, making them feel surprisingly natural. For some languages, you even have multiple options.
Make every environment set up for quick access to AAC. These printable communication boards are handy to use across different environments. This is very helpful when the device is not available. Using core word boards means you can make AAC always available.