If you get lost and don’t have access to a computer, you can view help materials inside Proloquo2Go.
You can access Help inside Proloquo2Go through the Options* . Select Help at the top of the Options.
Edit Mode help
When inside Edit Mode , the Help button brings up an overlay with labels for each tool. Tap Learn more in the upper left hand corner to open Help. Tap anywhere else on the screen to make the overlay disappear again.
You can also email our Support team from inside Proloquo2Go. When you first open Help you will see Help Overview. Scroll to the bottom and tap Email Support.
Type a brief description of your issue, then hit Send. You do need an internet connection and an email account set up on the device for this to work.
*On iPhone and iPod touch, you will find the Options button in the Tools popup at the far left of the bottom toolbar.
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.
We all know that the best practice for teaching AAC is Modelling or Aided Language Stimulation. We can all understand that AAC users will learn how to effectively use their AAC system when they see it used regularly and reliably by others in their world. So how do we model?
How can nonverbal children, teens and adults learn to communicate? Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) might help. Learn about what AAC is, who may benefit from AAC and speech therapy, and if AAC is right for you.