Tap images. Type words. Speak. Proloquo2Go is an easy to use communication app for people who cannot speak or need help being understood. Featuring natural sounding voices, including real children’s voices, Proloquo2Go is a simple yet powerful AAC (augmentative and alternative communication) tool. The app is fully customizable and can be utilized to build language skills and grow with a person’s communication, supporting both beginning and advanced communicators. Parents, therapists, teachers and users around the world recognize Proloquo2Go as the gold standard in AAC solutions. The app is used by people with autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, Angelman syndrome, and others with speech difficulties. The app is available in English, Spanish, French, and Dutch and supports bilingual use, so you can switch languages on the fly. Proloquo2Go in action: Learn and grow Studies show that just 200-400 words make up 80% of what we say. Known as core words, they act as the basis of Proloquo2Go’s research-based Crescendo™ vocabulary. Users can grow from single words to full sentences in the same app. Crescendo puts core words in consistent locations for easy access and motor-planning. The vocabulary works with AAC best practices like modeling (where you use an AAC system to talk with the user) to develop language skills. Crescendo offers no limit on language development with a 10,000+ fringe word vocabulary and customizable vocabulary levels. Finally, with Progressive Language, words are gradually revealed step-by-step, helping users learn words and their location as their communication expands. Easy editing Customizing Proloquo2Go is a breeze! Quickly and easily add new words. Use the app’s built-in library of 25,000 symbols or use your own photos by taking pictures within the app or selecting them from your photo library. For users with fine-motor challenges and vision impairments, Proloquo2Go offers options like 23 pre-programmed grid sizes and accessibility settings which support switch scanning and Apple’s VoiceOver screen reader. Everything from appearance to access is customizable so you can make it your own. Type and speak Besides tapping images, Proloquo2Go also lets you type what you want to say. The app includes a Grid Keyboard arranged alphabetically for people learning to type. For more experienced typists, Proloquo2Go includes a Typing View with a QWERTY keyboard and word prediction that offers suggestions based on what you are typing. Hello! ¡Hola! Bonjour! Hallo! Proloquo2Go lets you select a language and region for the Crescendo vocabulary. Two languages can be used at the same time, allowing seamless bilingual speech. Over 100 included downloadable natural-sounding adult and children’s voices rounds out your choices to use the app your way. A helping hand AssistiveWare is here for you every step of the way. Help articles in Proloquo2Go are there whenever you need them. New to AAC? Our website has easy to understand articles in the Learn AAC section, and the AssistiveWare Core Word Classroom includes activities for teaching communication effectively. You can also connect directly with our community of parents, professionals, and users on our Facebook groups. If you have any questions, our support team is available 7 days a week and is always happy to help. All of these online resources can be accessed by going to the AssistiveWare website. Note: Discounts are available through Apple’s Educational Volume Purchase Program – 50% off on 20 licenses or more. Joan Bruno’s Gateway to Language & Learning© vocabulary is available as an in-app purchase (English only).
We have been issuing this app for the last couple of years, and I am very grateful
I been trying to install this on my daughter iPad again and now it tells me it not compatible with her device seriously!!!!!!!!!!!!! My daughter is nonverbal this helps here to communicate. Help Help Help Help Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This program has been a life saver for my autistic son who is nonverbal. The search option is awesome! This program is set up for his life now and will take him into adulthood. The only thing I think would be awesome is a calendar that was linked up to his Proloquo2Go and a simple schedule keeper. Both handy in the ASD world.
My daughter has cerebral palsy and is experiencing a lot of success with this app. It's so much easier to use (and edit) than the very expensive talker we owned, previously. My one problem is that it's too easy for her to get into edit mode and start deleting/editing or adding nonsense buttons. Could you please add a password option to get into edit mode?
I heard about this app from a ot therapist recommending it for my son! Once I got it we both fell in love with it! It’s such an amazing feeling to see my son be able to tell me his wants and needs! Wish I got this app along time ago!
Thank you so much for making P2G work on Apple Watch. It provides an entirely different communication dimension. We just love it. If possible, please make P2G launchable via a watch complication. For my son, that would be the fastest way to start communicating. Looking for P2G by panning around or scrolling through the app list can be slow.
The only app that has worked for my severe nonverbal ASD kiddo. Also very user friendly.
First of all, it is criminal you can’t get your money back for an app you don’t want. I have spent hours trying to make this app work for my special needs daughter, and it is impossible. It is so hard to work with. I have resorted to using a free app because it is much easier to use. This feels like an app made in the 90’s but with a price tag of the iPad itself. This is the biggest waste of money I have ever spent. These developers should be ashamed of themselves for robbing parents of special needs children who already are having a hard time paying for therapy. This app is robbing us because it does not work. Parents beware! Don’t buy this app!
I am an SLP at a high school. I use this app all the time with my students who use AAC. It is well laid-out, and I love that it’s easy to add or rearrange vocabulary. You can hold down the icon to get grammatical endings such as plurals and past tense, so it’s great for modeling sentence structure for verbal students too. It’s also easy to lock down options so learners can’t change things without your knowledge.
iPad Pro has been disabled. I have had to factory reset and restore entire device in iTunes. Special needs son activates the password window in the settings button. He enters in the wrong password. A new box, prompting him to “ retry” repeatedly pops up until the whole device is disabled. This happens while in guided access. Reached out via email to support several times. Have not heard anything back. This never happened in the iPad Air.