Point-and-Chat®: Talking Email, Instant Messaging, and Twitter

for users of Augmentative and Assistive Communiciation (AAC) devices from Point-and-Read, Inc.


Integration kits
Using Point-and-Chat together with a stand-alone Augmentative/Alternative Communication (AAC) device.

Some AAC devices can act like a keyboard. They can create written text messages to use with Point-and-Chat software running on a nearby computer.

Some AAC devices can even send control commands to Point-and-Chat. With these AAC devices, even though Point-and-Chat is running on a nearby computer, it can be operated entirely from the stand-alone AAC device.

Some newer AAC devices may even be able to load Point-and-Chat and run it directly on the AAC device.
PLEASE NOTE: Some Integration Kits are especially designed to be used when you want to control Point-and-Chat Instant Messaging by itself from the AAC device. Other Integration Kits are especially designed to be used when you want to control BOTH Point-and-Chat Mail and Point-and-Chat Instant Messaging from the AAC device.

This page has links to pages with information for using various specific AAC devices with Point-and-Chat.

Using a ChatBox 40 XT with Point-and-Chat Instant Messaging or Point-and-Chat Mail.

Integration Kits for DynaVox devices

Using a DynaVox Series 4 with only Point-and-Chat Instant Messaging

Using a DynaVox Series 4 with Point-and-Chat Mail and IM

Using a DynaVox Series 5 with only Point-and-Chat Instant Messaging

Using a DynaVox Series 5 with Point-and-Chat Mail and IM

We do not have an integration kit for Point-and-Chat Twitter.

 

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