CSUN 2019: AssistiveWare Proloquo2Go AAC App

Allison interviews Barbara van ’t Westende from AssistiveWare about their Proloquo2Go Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) app. This app runs on an iPad and helps people who cannot convey their thoughts using speech to communicate. Proloquo2Go uses symbols and pictures that are displayed on the iPad and selected by the user to communicate. The symbols are grouped by word class (verb, noun, adjective, preposition,…) with the most commonly used words displayed on the first page. The user can create new symbols to represent words that are not in Proloquo2Go’s library, such as proper nouns or names of products. The user can also share the symbols they create with others who use the app. The setting is the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference show floor at the Marriot in Anaheim, CA. Learn more at https://assistiveware.com/

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