Speech Assistant AAC app

This is my first endorsement of an app on my blog. Everyone who knows me knows I use Speech Assistant constantly on my Droid Maxx. My voice has become unintelligible due to ALS-caused atrophy of my tongue and diaphragm. The app was free and has no ads or complications. Using a voice purchased from CerePro for $2, my messages come across loud and clear.

Whenever I type something I may want to use again, I save it in one of the existing categories, or I make my own. Like Jokes. Or I send the message via sms or email. Friends, family, and co-workers are impressed.

I plan to use this little app and my phone to give testimony in the House on Tuesday in support of ALS research. Complicated and expensive devices are less capable and trustworthy than my ally, Speech Assistant AAC.

4 thoughts on “Speech Assistant AAC app

  1. Michael – Glad to hear about an app that helps people with something as profound as speech. I hope your testimony moved the sludge in the House!

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