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    Created on Tuesday, 28 October 2014. Posted by Gillian McNeill

    Having asked for Scottish voices from the AAC app developers some time ago, we are delighted to learn that a female voice has finally become available in Proloquo2Go (P2G). It’s called Rhona and is an adult female voice from the text-to-speech company Acapela.  My immediate re...

    Created on Wednesday, 18 September 2013. Posted by 

    Excellent new video released recently by Assistiveware, the Proloquo2Go suppliers. It features an introduction by the wondeful Jane Farrall (AAC specialist) from Australia, and some nice examples of conversational P2Go use by three highly engaged and communicative iPad-using school pupi...

    Created on Thursday, 30 May 2013. Posted by Joanna Courtney

    I was asked recently by a teacher in a primary school about whether a child using an iPad with Proloqu2Go for communication could use the text she created within the app for story writing and recording her written work. At the time, the only way to do this was by creating a page for 'st...

    Created on Wednesday, 20 June 2012. Posted by 

    The Proloquo2Go app for iPad, iPod and iPhone must be the most hyped communication aid ever. Seriously over-hyped, in my view, with the danger that parental expectations could be unrealistically raised, and potentially more suitable alternative AAC solutions ignored. But moving on - the good ne...

    Created on Wednesday, 02 June 2010. Posted by 

    We are all wondering what the iPad is going to do for people who use AAC. Here is a useful early evaluation of Proloquo2Go on iPad, by a person with fine motor difficulties who herself uses a variety of different AAC and computer technology, in her daily life. ...