Bruce graduated from Santa Clara University with a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, and obtained graduate certificates in Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology from San Francisco State University and Technical Communications from De Anza College. In his career spanning 25 years in Assistive Technology, he’s worked in inter-disciplinary teams at the Rehabilitation Engineering Center at Stanford, in Palo Alto; CART at Rancho Los Amigos, in Los Angeles; and UCP’s San Diego Assistive Technology Center. He also worked as a consultant for Dynavox Technologies for eight years prior to joining Talk To Me Technologies in 2016 as a consultant for the West Coast. Bruce has extensive experience in orthotic and prosthetics, custom wheelchair seating, alternative access to computers and AAC, and speech device mounting. As an AAC Consultant for TTMT, Bruce is a trusted resource to assist in assessment, training, and implementation of augmentative and alternative communication and related technology.
Speech-Language Pathologist/AAC Consultant
Daniéle began working with Talk To Me Technologies in March of 2020. She helps to assess technology and access methods for clients’ needs during evaluations for AAC. In addition, Daniéle plays an active role in supporting and training families, caregivers, and other related professionals on AAC implementation and use. Prior to joining the TTMT team, Daniéle served as an Assistive Technology Specialist with the ALS Association’s DC/MD/VA Chapter, where she primarily worked with adults with ALS to support their communication needs throughout all stages of the disease process.