CNET highlights portable AAC devices

CNET, a tech focussed web site has profiled Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) software that run on consumer devices. The NATRC loan library has numerous devices, including from iPod Touches and iPads with Proloquo2Go for Nevadan resident’s to try out.

Read the CNET article “Tapping this app gives special-needs users a voice

If you want to borrow a device, or any other AT item, complete the NATRC eligibility form and you can test these amazing devices!

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