Saltillo is so excited to announce that we are now able to offer all of the NOVA Chats (5, 7 & 10 inch) in an English/Spanish America version! These English/Spanish America NOVA chat’s are now available for an additional $200. The English/Spanish America NOVA Chat contains all of the original English Vocabulary files plus 6 English/Spanish America Vocabulary Files.
You will get to choose one synthesizer at time of purchase for the English/Spanish America systems. If Acapela is chosen instead of Ivona, there will not be a charge for Acapela since it will be the only synthesizer and not an additional synthesizer.
Spanish Acapela voice options include:
Spanish Ivona voice options include:
Click here to learn more about the English/Spanish America Vocabulary files. If you are interested in ordering an English/Spanish America NOVA Chat, please click here to be directed to the Silver-Kite site.
We have had a lot of questions on different button functions and what they do. So, we have created a recorded webinar detailing some of the more popular button actions, what they do and how to set them up. The great thing about this webinar is that it is recorded, so you can watch it at your leisure. Click here to access the recorded webinars page and scroll down to see the Button Actions webinar. Enjoy!
Check out this video from Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. They do a great job explaining some of the different ways you can access a dynamic display device.
Children with motor impairments can access dynamic display devices in a variety of ways. Any time a motor impairment is present, it is necessary to obtain an AAC evaluation by both a speech language pathologist and an occupational therapist to determine the best access method. Access methods may include use of a head-mouse, switch scanning or eye control. Video by Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.