Communication software that converts text and symbols into clear speech and offers computer and phone access, plus control of the home environment.
Communicator 5 AAC software offers efficient communication for individuals with a wide range of speech and language disabilities. It converts text and symbols into clear speech and offers access to Windows, e-mail, text messaging, telephone and environmental control via multiple access methods. It’s simple to set up and get support – whether used on a Windows or Tobii Dynavox device.
Cognitive AbilitiesThis device is appropriate for people who want or need to communicate with the world around them. For independent use, individuals must understand that words and actions have impact. Given the ability to access the internet, supervised use is recommended for children and individuals unable to appreciate the permanency of their digital communication.
Functional AbilitiesThis device is designed for people with enough trunk and limb control to tap a screen, operate a switch scan or head mouse or use a keyboard with or without keyguards. Users with limited or no vision require sufficient hearing to compensate with available audio feedback.
EnvironmentThis device is designed for both indoor and outdoor use.
ActivitiesAside from communicating basic wants and needs, this device is designed with the user’s social agenda in mind. Its perfect for reading books, playing games, watching sports/Netflix, and connecting with friends and family via email, and social media. Its portability makes it ideal for school, travel, and daily outings like shopping and dining out.
Please speak with your healthcare provider and schedule an in-person consultation before purchasing this product, to evaluate whether it is truly the best option for you.
Tobii Dynavox specializes in Augmentative and Alternative Communication. Their range of products span software and hardware designed to enable people with disabilities communicate effectively through touch screen or eye-control.
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