How are apps allowing kids with autism to communicate? (From Newsroom.)
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I to use Prologu2go I'm now 62 and four years ago I had liver transplant and I had reaction to anti rejection drugs. I lost my voice at 58 years old, I was a big loud talkative person and didn't know what to do? I bought a small I-touch and discovered the program prologu2go it change my life almost back to normal. I just started a business up to do something to keep me busy. It works for me and others too!
flame speak you can import your photos and pictures into proloqu2go. i thin k the point is now that this and other speech apps are available for iphone ,ipad and ipod touch the users don't have to rely on some one reading what the user is pointing to anymore. also its a lot easier to carry around an ipad etc with your speech needs than it is to carry billions of cards.
just an additon u can use your own picture even 4chan !
flamespeak , it depends on the persons ability, i the to point is that aac users are now not having to pay over 8000 pounds for a device so they can talk
my prices were from the apple store which would any of us prefer 458.00 pound or 8000 to be be able to talk
i use proloqu2go its fantastic ive used this program on my iphone for about 6 months i love it i have had a lot of help for there support team
and yes it does look like you are not using a speech device the most important thing is
i do have a voice once again it was well worth the money
in uk the costs are
129.00 = proloqu2go
329.00 = ipad 3 ( can run on ipad and ipad 2)
319.00 = iphone
169.00 = ipod touch
only need to buy proloqu2go app once all updates are free
and you get fantastic suport
theres a face book group for adults parents etc a twitter group
word cant express how wonderful life is now i have my copy of proloqu2go
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Giving kids with autism a voice? I thought that was what 4chan was for.
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