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Deana Reed and her Speech-Generating Device

"ALS has broken my voice but not my spirit. I'm still me." Deana shares how her Speech-Generating Device has given her back her voice, helps her join in conversations more fully and stay connected. #ALS

  • April 15, 2020

Talk To Me Technologies creates face-shields for local area hospitals

Hybrid face shields donated to area hospitals. Talk To Me Technologies shares their manufacturing plans and invites other businesses to help. April 15, 2020 Healthcare workers from UnityPoint Health wearing the face shields manufactured and donated by Talk To Me Technologies.   Talk To Me Technologies in Cedar Falls, IA specializes in designing and manufacturing Speech-Generating Devices for adults and children who...

  • March 11, 2020

COVID-19 Measures

COVID-19 Measures As healthcare providers, the health and safety of our customers and staff is our highest priority. Patient safety and quality of care are at the forefront of our standards and initiatives.We want to let you know what we’re doing on our end to protect the health and safety of our customers and staff and provide you with a few...

  • January 20, 2020

All New Communication Boards for Parks, Playgrounds and Schools!

All New! Communication Boardsfor parks, playgrounds, schools and more!  Designed with inclusion in mind, our new Core + Fringe Communication Boards provide easy, convenient access to the most common words used to communicate across multiple settings! Many different materials and sizes are available for indoor and outdoor use. See them in our online store > 

Better Hearing & Speech Month

May is Better Hearing & Speech Month!   To celebrate, we will be sharing some easily digestible tips and ideas throughout the month. Get tips and ideas delivered to your email > Tip #1: Consider different functions of speech! Don’t get stuck on requesting or “I want” phrases! While sometimes requesting and choice making can be a motivating place to start, think...

Sylvia and her talker

Sylvia has SATB2 Syndrome which impairs her speech. She uses her talker to answer math problems in class, while playing with toys, and to order food at restaurants. Her energy and enthusiasm for learning and using new words is infectious!  

  • March 28, 2018
  • September 07, 2017

"Lean in to the uncomfortable, with the intent to be kind"

Katie Hill has a genetic disorder that affects her movement and speech. Before she entered 7th grade this year, a friend helped them make this video to introduce Katie to hundreds of new students at her new middle school.   In this video, Katie is using the zuvo 12 Speech-Generating device.  

  • July 11, 2017

Congratulations to Landon Harthoorn, who was named the All-Iowa Inspiration Award winner for 2017!

SANBORN, Iowa | June 24 concluded a busy week -- and a championship year -- for Landon Harthoorn, of Sanborn. He joined his mother, Sue Harthoorn, and younger brother, Alex, in making the trip from Minneapolis to Des Moines, where Landon gave an acceptance speech before a few thousand people attending The Des Moines Register's All-Iowa Sports Awards at the...

  • June 20, 2017

Gary and his success with AAC!

Wonderful post from the support team at Pioneer Memorial Hospital & Health Services in South Dakota about communication, AAC and the success Gary is having with his Zuvo.....   Written by Gary's support team at Pioneer Memorial Hospital & Health Services in South Dakota.   Learn more about the Zuvo 12HD Speech Device