1. Available

    VoicePal Plus

    A scanning or direct selection communication device designed to provide natural voice recording for individuals who are non-verbal. The device is portable and lightweight and easy to program. Once messages are recorded, they can be played back by direct selection using the onboard keyboard keypad, or by plugging in Taction Pads (see separate entry) or other adaptive switches into the external jacks. Users can slip in picture or symbol overlays into the built-in pouch to customize the keypad presentation. An optional visual and auditory scanning feature allows messages to be played back by using a single Taction Pad or external switch. The unit can be set to scan among two, three, four or ten message choices at one of three selectable scan rates.

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    Voice-output portable communication device that uses recorded speech.  Record and play up to 10 messages for a total of 60 seconds of speech. Configured to use 1, 2, 3, 4 or 10 buttons and attach picture cues accordingly. The student can access the buttons by touch or through attached external switches in each of ten different corresponding ports. Other features include visual scanning, two-button scanning and auditory scanning with or without cue words. 

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    Lingraphica SGD

    A tablet-sized electronic AAC system that augments speech or written communication. Users build sentences from a language of pictures, symbols, and words. Synthesized speech does the "talking," though most enable users to send email and text messages.

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    Action Voice

    Communication software that has calling features and can be adapted to computer control as well

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    Say-It-Sam Communicator

    A palm-sized augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) device with both a dynamic display, graphical interface, and an intelligent keyboard interface. The device supports five different button actions and unlimited page links so the user can build complex sentence structures. The user can record voice messages or import symbols, photos, and voice files to link to buttons. 

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SMATC Loan Program

This project is funded through the STAR Program by the Rehabilitation Services Administration under the Assistive Technology Act of 1998, as amended in 2004 (P.L. 108-364). $47,000 of this project is financed with Federal Funds. Content of this publication does not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the STAR Program or the Minnesota Department of Administration or Rehabilitation Services Administration.

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For more info contact:
Lydell Peterson