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Georgia Woman Uses Eye-Gazing Device to Communicate

Due to a neurodevelopmental disorder, Sydney Wellington, 20, can’t walk, use her hands to feed herself or speak. Now, for the first time, she can communicate using a computerized eye-gazing device. Wellington has Rett syndrome, a disorder that affects one out of every 10,000 girls, Fox 5 Atlanta reported. "Children are born normal,” Dr. Daniel Tarquinio, a pediatric neurologist at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, told Fox5. “They develop normally. They learn to sit.

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Blog Post: The Vocabulary of a President - State of the Union Address

Since its launch in 2015, the Realize Language service has provided a set of web-based analysis tools that helps parents and professionals see how well someone is using their AAC device. That information can be used to help make decisions about future intervention strategies. Using the Realize Language system, it’s possible to generate highly visual “word clouds,” bar charts, word lists, and even calendars showing time and frequency of device use.

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"A Writer Finds Her Voice" by Sarah Morris

A Writer Finds Her Voiceby Sarah Morris Many able-bodied people don’t understand the importance of having effective communication. Most talk without thinking much about how they do it or what they are saying. They don’t realize how much power having effective communication gives them. Having an umbilical cord around my shoulder robbed me from having normal physical communication skills.

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PRC's Realize Language Service Now Available for the TouchChat HD App

PRC, a leading manufacturer of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) technology solutions for individuals with speech disabilities, announced today that its online client-data analysis tool, Realize Language, is now available for the popular iPad app, TouchChat HD. The latest version of this app now includes the capability to track an individual’s communication and then upload it wirelessly to the Realize Language website.

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PRC's Realize Language Service Now Available for the LAMP Words for Life™ App

PRC, a leading manufacturer of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) technology solutions for individuals with speech disabilities, announced today that its online client-data analysis tool, Realize Language, is now available for the widely used LAMP Words For Life™ app. The latest version of the app has the added capability to track an individual’s communication and then upload it wirelessly to the Realize Language website.

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