Talk to Me Technologies
Talk To Me Technologies was founded in 2006 by Matt Dunning, Marty Gallagher and Kate Dunning. We wanted to provide speech devices in a new way, but by using basic sense: our sales staff is comprised of Speech Language Pathologists who put their clinical expertise first and are led by the depth of their own knowledge and not by profit differentials from one device over another. Clients benefit from the simple notion of being matched with a speech device that works for them and not the other way around. Because of this, abandonment of the device is extremely rare, client satisfaction is high, healthcare expenses are minimized and we get to keep loving what we do.
Eyespeak uses a high-powered camera tracks users’ eyes, enabling them to control the system and generate speech – by selecting words, phrases, symbols, or “typing” with an on-screen keyboard.
The Nova Chats are extremely flexible and support a wide range of communication skills and abilities for both children and adults alike. The Nova Chats also support multiple access methods such as touch screen and switch scannng. With amazing, natural-sounding voices from Acapela, users can be assured they are communicating with the best voices available. The lightweight and portable design enables adaptability and flexibility across a variety of communication environments and can easily be attached to a wheelchair.
The Wego 10W is an ideal communication solution for children and adults with significant communication difficulties resulting from Autism, Stroke, Brain Injury, ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease), Cerebral Palsy, Parkinson's, Down Syndrome, Developmental Delays or anyone needing a lightweight, portable communication device.Communicate with ease using an extensive collection of vocabulary/page set options. These options range from very simple, symbol-based vocabulary sets to more advanced keyboards, incorporating word and phrase prediction, as well as core word and phrase-based page sets.
The Zuvo™ 12HD is an ideal communication solution for children and adults with significant communication difficulties resulting from autism, cerebral palsy, ALS, down syndrome or anyone needing a lightweight, portable communication device.
Communication options range from very simple, symbol-based vocabulary sets to more advanced keyboards, incorporating word and phrase prediction, as well as core word and phrase-based pages.