Apps To Help Those With Trouble Communicating

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(FOX)-There are now computer applications for people who have difficulties communicating. The special "apps" are making life easier for those with special needs.  The technology is now giving the non-verbal,  like stroke victims, those with autism, and others, a voice.

The Proloquo2Go app to create speech by clicking on text and symbols.  Another communication device is See.Touch.Learn. The app replaces traditional picture cards that have been used for years in educating children with special needs, with speech delays, and preschoolers.

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