App enables speech in individuals who are nonverbal

A mobile application developed by two students at the University of Toronto is helping give voice to individuals with disabilities who are nonverbal. The MyVoice app, which now has more than 12,000 users worldwide, allows individuals to type sentences that are then relayed using computer-generated speech. The app also features GPS technology that allows the generation of vocabulary that is unique to a user's location.

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