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  • June 15, 2017

Finding Cooper's Voice - An intimate look into the lives of one family, Autism and technology.

Hi All, We wanted to share this blog as a resource! It is written and maintained by "Kate" (mom of 7-year old Cooper with severe, nonverbal Autism).   Cooper's "talker" is the Wego 10A speech-generating device with Proloquo2Go. "A Speech Device scared me. I thought it would limit what little verbal communication my son had. I was scared that he would go silent. I...

  • October 10, 2016

Former Hawkeye Basketball Star regains personality and ability to communicate through technology donated by a lifelong fan.

Former Hawkeye basketball star regains personality and ability to communicate through technology donated by a lifelong fan. Former Hawkeye basketball star Kenny Arnold has spent years fighting health issues which have limited his ability to communicate and dampened his outlook on life. After learning Arnold’s speech was impaired, Marty Gallagher (a lifelong fan) reached out because he wanted to help. Gallagher is...

  • August 17, 2016

Mom finds hope in a simple "Happy Birthday" message from her son with autism.

River Raven Cropper is a 13-year old diagnosed with Autism. Recently our family had the opportunity to explore the Talk To Me Technologies Wego A communication device during a trial loan period without cost or risk. This device trial was specifically for my son, River Raven Cropper, who is a 13 year old with a diagnosis of moderate to severe autism...

A Better Hearing & Speech Month inspirational story! Young girl with Cerebral Palsy participates in her school speech meet!

K.H. delivered a funny and inspiring speech about aliens at her school speech meet using her speech-generating device. This little bundle of sunshine (who struggles to use her natural voice due to Cerebral Palsy) has been using a speech device to communicate from the age of 3. There was never a doubt that she could communicate effectively with technology. The...

  • December 22, 2015

“My son can talk”

3-year boy with non-verbal Autism is now speaking! Via our company Facebook page, ‎Kyndra Lovelady Gardner recently shared the exciting success story of her 3-year old Autistic son. Kendra noted that her son is now communicating with his device and she has been “amazed” to learn how much he has known about the world around him but was unable to express until now. Her...

  • May 27, 2015

"I am Joe Smith. I can hear and understand everything you say. I have ALS."

Meet Joe Smith During an in-service with Melissa Ollie (speech-language pathologist /AAC consultant), Joe introduces himself and explains how he can hear and understand everything that is being said to him. Joe communicates with his eyes. A camera attached to his speech-generating device tracks his eye movements and generates speech by words and phrases on the screen that he "pauses"...

  • April 20, 2015

For Immediate Release – Joint Commission Accreditation

TALK TO ME TECHNOLOGIES, LLC AWARDED HOME CARE ACCREDITATION FROM THE JOINT COMMISSION     (Cedar Falls, IA  3/11/2015)  Talk To Me Technologies today announced that it has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Home Care Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. The Gold Seal of Approval® is a symbol of quality that reflects an...

  • March 04, 2015

A visit to Mayo Clinic

Such an honor to present to the Speech Pathology team at Mayo Clinic!     Two of our speech pathologists (Matthew Dunning and Melissa Ollie) shared the latest advancements in cutting-edge communication and eye-tracking technology for people with complex communication needs. Blog Category: News @ Talk To Me TechnologiesPublished on March 5, 2015 | by Talk To Me Technologies