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Technology and Inclusion

Thanks for reading about us in the Cedar Valley Inclusion magazine

Kylie Elser is unable to speak using her own voice. With the help of assistive technology, she is able to participate in all of the conversations that are important to her. She uses her speech-generating device at school to communicate with teachers and friends, at home with her family and everywhere else her life takes her!

Talk To Me Technologies provides speech-generating devices
for every age and level of ability 
- and a hand to hold along the way.

Kayla named her speech device "George."

Joe talks about living with ALS.

Kylie uses the eyespeak system at school.

The ttmt360 promise.

We understand that when it comes to communicating with someone you love, clarity and timing are critical.

That’s why you’ll have a dedicated team to help you choose the right device, find sources of funding and access a reliable system of training and support. To ensure the right fit, you'll have time to try the device in your own environment before making a commitment.

Together, we’ll create a system that matches the unique abilities of your loved one and helps you along the journey to improving their lives.

Meet 3 members of the ttmt360 team


Megan Farrell
VP of Business Development
Megan is a passionate, caring advocate for helping people communicate. Her experience includes working with pediatric and adult populations in both clinical and educational settings.

Romney Hall
Director of Trials
Romney coordinates all phases of our in-home speech-device trials. She makes sure everyone on the user's home team is informed, educated and supported and in the way that Romney does best:  "thoughtfully & thoroughly.” 


Haylee Kruger
AAC Consultant
Haylee previously worked at Avera McKennan Hospital and brings a thorough familiarity with the special needs of pALS (People living with ALS). Haylee received her degree from University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

To celebrate the release
of our all new 
Wego 13A 
(Superhero size)
speech-generating device,
we want to give TWO away!

Enter now!