“I was so impressed with the ProxTalker and the story behind its creation. I was excited to get my hands on one and try it for myself and I can say I was definitely not disappointed! Having previously worked a lot with students on the Autism Spectrum who had plateaued with PECS but weren’t ready for a high tech, dynamic display communication device I was happy to know there was a sturdy stepping stone for them.
The company as a whole really cares about the clients they serve. Not only has Gary come to visit, he has remained in contact with us and given us new ideas and tutorials on the products. I urge anyone to take advantage of the free trials that ProxTalker offers and think outside the box with their products!”
“We've just doubled his tile quantity so doubled his vocabulary! His Proxtalker is his life!”
“After my trach surgery, I was lying in my hospital bed, unable to speak. When I needed to go to the bathroom, I'd ring for a nurse...but I couldn't tell her why I rang for her...and she couldn't always guess...I was so frustrated. Sometimes, I'd ring for help, and the staff wouldn't even come in the room...they'd respond over the intercom, asking me what I needed. I couldn't answer them. It was hopeless. But once I got the ProxTalker, I could easily communicate again! I'd hit the pre-recorded message..."I have to go to the bathroom"...When I got thirsty, or when I needed to be suctioned, or my stomach hurt, I'd simply hit the appropriate key, and they'd hear me - loud and clear! Even though I was recovering from surgery and was heavily medicated, the ProxTalker was easy for me to use. Whenever I just wanted a book, or when I got cold, I could let them know...! The staff didn't have to try to guess anymore, and this ProxTalker made all the difference in the world - when I needed it most! Thank you, ProxTalker.”