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Assistive Speech Device

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AAC Attachable iPad Grid

The AAC Attachable iPad Grid is an augmentative and alternative communication device designed for people with Angelman Syndrome to assist with expressive communication. Many of these individuals use iPads, but may have difficulty accurately touching the icons they intend to select to communicate what they are thinking or feeling.

Chattervox 100 Voice Speech Amplifier with Transdermal Microphone

Cheetah Buddy for the R Sound

The Cheetah Buddy is a speech training device for use by patients with speech disabilities to learn proper tongue placement needed to make the perfect CH sound. It helps with words like Chair, teacher, and crunch. Patients can learn to make the sound by training the tongue to hit the target behind the front teeth. To clean, user wipes with mild soap and water or 70% isopropyl alcohol.

E2300 Tongue Click Switch

The E2300 Tongue Click Switch is designed as an assistive device intended for users with speech and communication disabilities. The device is designed to assist individuals communicate with a computer or other device using tongue clicks or other high frequency sounds to close a switch. The unit is compatible with equipment using a standard 3.5 millimeters cable and switch input interface. A sensitivity control allows the tongue clicks to be recognized while rejecting background speech. Up to two

Go! Board Assistive Technology

The Go! Board Assistive Technology system is design and recommended for children who would benefit from a picture schedule. Use the icon holders to hold pictures representing a desired activity or task; when the task is over, the icon holder can be removed and placed in the pocket at the base of the Go! Board Assistive Technology system. Use it in any classroom that uses scheduling techniques. Choose from models with 6 or 8 icon holders.

GoTalk 4-Plus- Alternative Communication Aid

GoTalk 4-Plus is a lightweight, rugged augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) aid intended for people with speech or language challenges. AAC devices can be used to supplement or replace speech. AAC aids such as picture and symbol communication boards and electronic devices help these individuals express themselves, and support social interaction, school performance and personal confidence. 

GoTalk Express 32 - Advanced Communication Aid

The GoTalk Express 32 is an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) aid. It is intended for people with speech or language challenges may use AAC to supplement or replace speech. AAC aids such as picture and symbol communication boards and electronic devices help these individuals express themselves, and support social interaction, school performance and personal confidence. The device is a fully functional scanning device, ideal for beginning or experienced communicators. Also features

GroovTube

The GroovTube is a device designed for people with breathing, speech, or oral motor disabilities for breathing training and oral motor training. It can be used in a therapeutic setting as well as at home. It turns the user's breath into real-time image effects. 

Hi-VOLT® 4 PD Voice-on-Light Bracelet

The Voice Aerobics Hi VOLT® Voice-on-Light Bracelet is a voice activated, calibrated, light, housed within a bracelet, providing augmented feedback during daily speech practice. It was designed for use by individuals with Parkinson’s or related disease diagnosis helping them to stay loud enough for everyday conversation.

MagniLink S TTS

The MagniLink S TTS (Text To Speech) is text-to-speech software that can be used for individuals with disabilities such as limited mobility, or blind and low vision. It comes with an HD camera, USB 3.0, and HDMI connectors, as well as built in control panel and OCR functionality for TTS. The TTS can enable the reading of computer display information for the visually challenged person, or may simply be used to augment the reading of a text message. Text is read line by line, word by word or chara

Palm Com Assistive Technology Communicator

The Palm Com Assistive Technology Communicator is designed as an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) program for individuals who have difficulty speaking. By hitting the switch, the user can play a pre-recorded message up to 10 seconds long. The device is a small single-switch communicator that can be used in the palm, on the belt, or on a wall or refrigerator. The Palm Com Assistive Technology Communicator can fit in a pocket and comes with a belt clip, a magnet, and a key ring con

Passy-Muir Tracheostomy And Ventilator Speaking Valves (Models Pmv 005, Pmv 007, Pmv 2000, Pmv 2001, & Pmv 2020)

Passy-Muir Tracheostomy and Ventilator Speaking Valves are assistive speech devices designed for use by individuals with tracheostomies or who use ventilators. These small, lightweight one-way valves attach to tracheostomy tubes and allow the inflow and outflow of air so users can speak without manual occlusion. Each valve fits most standard permanent or disposable trach tubes and is packaged in a color-coded patient care kit. Each kit includes one valve, one storage container, one clinical inst

Pocket-Sized Acc

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: A new software application, “Locabulary”, available for download free through Apple’s iTunes Store allows individuals with communication disabilities to their iPhone to speak when they are unable. Created by an collaboration between a team of clinicians at the MDA clinic at Children’s Hospital in Birmingham, AL and the design firm PUSH Product Design; the Locabulary application transforms the iPhone into an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) device

Professional Set

The Professional Set is a set of speech therapy tools intended for use by individuals with communication disabilities. It includes five tools that fix the R, S, SH, CH and L sounds. Each tool teaches children how to make the correct sounds by using targets that train proper tongue placement. To clean, user washes with mild soap and water or 70% isopropyl alcohol.

Rabbit Buddy

The Rabbit Buddy is a speech training device for use by Speech and Language Pathologists during speech therapy to teach patients proper tongue placement to make the perfect R sound. It helps with words like rain, hurry, and girl. Patients can feel the coil unwind when R is pronounced correctly. Includes online games & metal case. To clean, therapist uses mild soap and water or 70% isopropyl alcohol.

Rhyming Bus: sounds for spelling + reading

The Rhyming Bus is an app designed for use by individuals needing practice or assistance with rhyming to help build reading skills and speech development. The app, designed by a speech therapist, works by having users board the rhyming bus, 6 characters wait at the bus stop, but only those with a word that rhymes with the word the bus displays can get on. Users can drag the characters onto the bus, and when there are 4 rhyming words on the bus before it drives off. 

Seal Buddy for the S Sound

The Seal Buddy for the S Sound is a device designed for children age 3 to adult to use to correct their "s" sound or lisp. The Seal Buddy teaches proper tongue placement to make the perfect S sound. It helps with words like Sock, bossy, and gas. A child can learn to make the sound by training the tongue to hit the target.This fixes a “lisp” or “th” sound. To clean, therapist wipes with mild soap and water or 70% isopropyl alcohol.

Shark Buddy for the SH Sound

The Shark Buddy for the SH Sound is designed for use by individuals ages 3 to adult to practice their "sh" sound. The Shark Buddy teaches proper tongue placement to make the perfect SH sound. It helps with words like Show, sunshine, and wash. A child can learn to make the sound by training the tongue to hit the target. This fixes a “lisp” or “slushy” sound, Includes online games & metal case. To clean, user washes with mild soap and water or 70% isopropyl alcohol.

Shikani Speaking Valve (Models Ssvw, Ssvt And Ssvb)

The Shikani Speaking Valve, models SSVW, SSVT and SSVB is an assistive speech device designed for use by individuals with a tracheostomy. These small, lightweight one-way and two-way capable valves attach to tracheostomy tubes and allow the inflow and outflow of air so users can speak without manual occlusion. The two-way airflow capability also allows users the option to use an heat and moisture exchanger (HME) in conjunction with this valve. The Shikani Speaking Valve uses a ball valve to lowe

Smart 3

Smart 3 is a speech device designed for individuals with communication disabilities. This portable, pocket-sized communication device uses text and symbol-related communication through its graphic communication program. It has a clear and distinct voice output, and a 4.3-inch touch screen with high resolution. With Smart 3, users can create and edit communication vocabularies on the device or on a PC; take pictures and operate the TV and DVD player using Smart 3’s built-in camera and infrared mo

Spectra - Speech-to-speech translation

The Spectra is an iPhone application for interactive speech-to-speech translation. The app is a prototype and is intended to help users with speech-to-speech translation is a complex task that involves automatically recognizing the input speech, translating the recognized speech, and, finally synthesizing the translated text in the target language. The Spectra comprises of an HMM-based large vocabulary continuous speech recognition (AT&T Watson Speech Recognizer), a phrase-based translation

Speech Enhancer, The

The Speech Enhancer is an assistive speech device designed to adapt to an individual's voice level, analyze the atriculation, and make a suitable clarification of garbled speech for persons with dysarthria (speech disorder affecting tongue or speech muscles). This automated speech processing system allows the listener to hear the individual's voice quality, inflection, emotion and dialect with no time-delay. The processor features a voice level compensation that adjusts to all voice levels from

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