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AAC App for Kids | Goally's Talker App for Autism

We made communicating with AAC it as easy as it should be. Oh, and did we mention language learning videos & dexterity-building games are included?

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Who Is The AAC Talker App For?

Nonverbal kids

Any early language learner

Anxious kids who lose their words

Kids with a speech delay or impediment

The AAC Talker App for Autism

SLPs wanting to transfer strategy to the home

Parents looking to help their kids communicate

The Science of AAC

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(for 70 cents/day)

  • Suite of Apps
  • Distraction-Free Tablet
  • Free 30 day coaching
  • Cancel anytime

What Kids Will Learn

Words like “Me,” “Need,” & “Go”

How to form sentences

How to ask for help

How to socialize with friends

Core Word Lessons Included

Goally's word lab app is a fun language learning game for kids using the aac talker app

Word Lab includes video modeling of language in action & interactive practice. Modeling done by real kids in age-relevant scenarios. Pronunciation is taught by a pro. Practice is fun & interactive!

Easiest AAC App to Set Up

Goally's Talker on a customized screen showing the words

Adding new words and folders (like “Brett’s words”) takes minutes. Upload your own images and voice recordings.

Control Everything From the Parent App

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Model where to find words and folders from the Goally parent app.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much Does Goally's AAC app cost?

Goally's Life Skills Package is $249. It comes with a year of premium apps and all video classes. You'll also get one-on-one human support, a kid-friendly tablet, and access to the Parent App, where you control everything your kid sees.

What is AAC?

AAC stands for Augmentative and Alternative Communication. Learn more about AAC HERE!

What does LAMP-based AAC mean?

LAMP-based AAC stands for "Language Acquisition through Motor Planning" based AAC. In simple terms, it's a communication method designed for people who have difficulty speaking. LAMP helps them learn to communicate by connecting consistent motor movements with specific words or symbols, using a specialized device or app.

To break it down:

Language Acquisition: Learning language, such as words and sentences, to communicate. Motor Planning: Practicing consistent, specific movements to access words or symbols on a communication device. Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC): Tools or techniques that support or replace spoken communication, often using devices or apps with pictures or symbols.

In summary, LAMP-based AAC is a way for people with speech difficulties to communicate effectively by associating specific motor movements with words or symbols on a communication device.

What's the science?

Goally's AAC talker app home screen never changes. Kind of like the keys on your keyboard, this helps kids with motor planning. Our resident SLP, Tanna Neufeld, advised the development of our AAC app to include strategies that help kids communicate, faster.

Some of our other features driven by research include the ability to model from parent's own phone, add custom words and pictures, and link a reward system to encourage kids to use the app!

Can I involve my teacher or therapist?

Yup! You can add unlimited care team members to your kiddo's account.


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