We love tech that aims to help people cope with their disabilities. Help is now available through devices that almost everyone uses today. This being said, there are some mobile applications that have been crafted to specifically aid certain types of impairments and are now made available on our typical smartphones or devices.
A company called VoiceItt has developed an app that translates unintelligible pronunciation into understandable speech. The best part: it allows people to communicate using their own voice. This program works in every language. This app is called Talkitt and is aimed to help people with motor, speech and language disorders – including but not limited to Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Cerebral Palsy, stroke, brain damage, autism and Parkinson’s disease.
Talkitt uses voice to voice translation. It uses Voiceitt’s proprietary tech that can match an individual’s unique speech patterns and map it to standard speech. The app is focused on the individual and is calibrated for each individual speaker. The app can run on any mobile or wearable device, allowing flexibility and the person to communicate with anyone, anywhere.
The mission of Voiceitt is to create innovative solutions that help aid the lives of people with disabilities by fostering independence and social inclusion and thus dramatically improving their quality of life. – Talkitt
Talkitt is a genius solution that allows millions of people with speech impairments to use their own voice to communicate.
Avaz is developed for children with autism and other similar disorders. The app is designed to “speak” using pictures. The app can primarily be used for day-to-day situations that will aid in language development and to encourage the intent to communicate.
Symbols, voice synthesis, and advanced audio coding (AAC) are key components of this app. Using picture symbols, a person can create messages and improve language skills. One of the advantages of the app is that it helps in transitioning from picture symbols to using text and can be modified to suit the needs of the user as he or she develops.
It’s the only AAC app with simple, practical guidance for parents and educators, helping you extend AAC beyond therapy and into homes and classrooms. – Avaz
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