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Sean Walker Aims High and Finds Success

Wooster, Ohio, June 30, 2015: Sean Walker of Euclid, Ohio has set two goals for himself: Find full-timeemployment and qualify for the Paralympic Games. Given his successes in life to date despite the challenges of cerebral palsy, it’s a safe bet he will achieve his objectives. Sean is a 28-year-old who earned a bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership from Wright State University in 2013.

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Kyleigh Kramlich Inspires and Teaches Others

            For twelve-year-old Kyleigh Kramlich, it was more than an honor to lead the flag ceremony for her Girl Scout troop and recite the Pledge of Allegiance and Girl Scout promise - these were personal accomplishments of a very unique kind. Diagnosed at age two with hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) and dystonia, Kyleigh must contend with a number of physical and speech challenges in her everyday life.

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PRC Introduces Accent™ 1400, a Powerful and Flexible AAC Solution for Children and Adults with Speech Disabilities

Prentke Romich Company (PRC), the leading developer of alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) technology for individuals with speech disabilities, announced today the release of Accent™ 1400, its’ most high-powered and versatile AAC solution to date. Accent 1400 has been designed for versatility.

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PRC Collaborates with VocaliD to Bring Natural Voices to Individuals Using Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Devices

Innovative New Technology Captures the Texture and Diversity of the Human Voice PRC, a leading manufacturer of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) technology solutions for individuals with speech disabilities, announced today that it has signed a Cooperation Agreement with VocaliD to bring personalized voice technology to individuals who use AAC.

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PRC Announces End of Production of the Accent™ 1200

PRC, a world leader in providing AAC communication solutions for people with speech-related disabilities, announced that they have discontinued the production of the Accent™ 1200. "The Accent 1200 has been an important part of the communication success of many augmented communicators,"  states Randy Lemke, Sr. Market Manager.

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