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  • Finding a voice: Children with autism could benefit from Purdue-based app – Kokomo Tribune
    Finding a voice: Children with autism could benefit from Purdue-based app By Caele Pemberton Kokomo Tribune Jan 26, 2017 Research assistant Katelyn Warner, right, assists David Beaudoin with advanced language learning through the Purdue-based app, SPEAKall. (Purdue Research Foundation photo) SPEAKall, an app developed at Purdue University, aims to help children with autism or developmental disorders learn h… Read more ›
  • Grant will help advance communication skills of autistic children
    February 1, 2017 Grant will help advance communication skills of autistic children SPEAK MODalities CEO Dr. Michael Zentner presents the award-winning SPEAKall! application. SPEAK MODalities recently received an AWS Foundation grant to support its work developing and deploying evidence-based speech and language therapy applications for individuals with severe autism or developmental disabilities. (Purdue Research Foundation photo)  Download image WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – The Fort … Read more ›
  • Inside Indiana: SPEAKall! Gives ‘Voice’ to Autistic Children, Captures Award
    SPEAKall! Gives ‘Voice’ to Autistic Children, Captures Award Posted: Nov 30, 2016 10:26 AM ESTUpdated: Nov 30, 2016 10:29 AM EST By Kylie Veleta, Special Projects Reporter CONNECT The child drags and drops pictures to a sentence strip, and the iPad "speaks" the sentence. For families with children who have autism, communication can be one of the most frustrating aspects of living with the disability. Experts in the field say about 66 percent o… Read more ›
  • Purdue-based startup wins R&D 100 Award for app to increase communication in children, families affected by severe, nonverbal autism
    November 15, 2016 Purdue-based startup wins R&D 100 Award for app to increase communication in children, families affected by severe, nonverbal autism Purdue speech-language pathology students Madison Logan (left) and Melissa Hajduch (right), together with assistant clinical professor Christi Masters (second from right), assist Victoria Casas and her mother, Elba Casas, with a language learning activity through the SPEAK MODalities app, SPEAKall!®. The company was recently annou… Read more ›
  • WLFI – TV 18: Purdue-based startup’s apps considered for national award
    Purdue-based startup’s apps considered for national award Paul Zink Published: October 30, 2016, 3:35 pm Updated: November 1, 2016, 12:25 pm WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Two apps developed by a Purdue-based startup are being considered as finalists for a prestigious national award. SPEAK MODalities is the startup responsible for developing the apps. Its two apps – SPEAK-all and SPEAK-more – are finalists for the R&D 100 Award. The apps help children with Au… Read more ›

 

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SPEAK MODalities is dedicated to providing the best evidence backed software solutions for developing language skills in children with autism and delays in speech development.

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"SPEAKall!" is working incredibly with our children

We are using Speakall with children in a clinical setting and school setting, and it is working i...

Lloyd J Boudloche M.A., LBA, LPC-S, NCC
Behavioral Developmental Services, LLC

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