Category: Scanning Communicator Program

Slide Talk

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Slide Talk is a scanning communicator program designed for use by individuals with communication or cognitive disabilities. The program displays one image at a time on the screen, like a slide show, with interactive multimedia capabilities to provide speech or sound when a selection is made. The software can be used with a single switch (scanning) or two switches (one switch to advance to the next slide and the other switch to select the slide). Input options include single switch, dual switch, one button mouse, two button mouse, TouchWindow, or keyboard, and scanning if using one switch. The software includes 18 carousels (9 with recorded sound and 9 with text to speech), 50 Picture Communication Symbols from the Mayer-Johnson Boardmaker for Windows software, 40 sound files and 46 text to speech files. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Pentium processor with 16 MB RAM; 256 color video card; SoundBlaster compatible sound card; speakers; SoundBlaster Pro sound card and TextAssist software to use the text to speech capabilities; microphone for recording sound files.


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Easter Seals New Brunswick (Formerly New Brunswick Easter Seal March Of Dimes - Crcd)
Easter Seals New Brunswick (Formerly New Brunswick Easter Seal March Of Dimes - Crcd) Organization Type: 
Easter Seals New Brunswick programs and services include referrals, advocacy, equipment loans and recycling, equipment repair services, assistive technology assessment services, a software preview center, a single-switch toy library, library and information services, the Canadian Health Network (an online health information service), and Camp Rotary (an annual camp for children with disabilities).
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Communication, Computers