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**NEW** The Tiny Talker Too is the newest AAC device. This device allows you to record your own voice and sounds to the device. By placing the command switch down to the record mode, you can easily record up to 2 seconds of sound. Place the switch back up to the play position and hear the new customized sound. There's 12 buttons that can be easily recorded over and over again to allow the user to express the commands that are most valuable to them. Please check out our video on the new device for more information.
Info Video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSrcsYNswug
The Tiny Talker Method helps children with communicative disabilites learn to use an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) device in a more natural way. By pairing the device with a storybook, children are able to see the symbols in the story, touch the corresponding sound buttons on The Tiny Talker device, and hear the device's response. This reinforces children's understanding by appealing to visual, kinesthetic, and auditory learning styles all at once. Lucas the Lion Loves The Tiny Talker[[ is a fun and intuitive way to help children find their voice!
At a fraction of the cost of other electronic speaking devices, The Tiny Talker is the most affordable solution on the market.
The Tiny Talker is a simple way for you to communicate through a speaking device. Simply press a button, and it speaks.
It has a simple 12 button design and clear voice audio to allow you to express basic wants and needs.
This is a very inexpensive way to try out a speaking device. You can buy one for home, one for school, and one for each caregiver.
The Tiny Talker is small enough to fit in your pocket and go with you anywhere.
The unit runs off two small batteries. No chargers.
Unlike iPad apps and augmentative communication devices, The Tiny Talker is ready to go when you need it. No need to find the device, open the app, and search the screen for what to say. Its portability means it is always handy.
Large 3/4" buttons are soft and easy to push for most with fine motor delays.