Cosmo and Augmentative and Alternative Communication

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Cosmo Switch is a unique accessibility switch that allows you to easily navigate through different devices and third-party applications. Cosmo Switch is compatible with numerous Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices and tools. 

Curious about free AAC options available on the market? Check out this guide to top 5 AAC tools for 2021.

In this article, we will guide you through the main AAC apps that Cosmo is compatible with, and how to connect them together. 

Tools

Proloquo2Go

Proloquo2Go is one of the most widely used and popular AAC apps out there. Offering 25 000 symbols and the possibility to add your own pictures to the library, Proloquo2Go is a fantastic resource for people with communication impairments.

Communicator 5

Communicator 5 by Tobii Dynavox, a comprehensive AAC package for people with various speech and language impairments. You can choose from male or female child and adult voices and access keyboard layouts between ABC and QWERTY.

Cboard

If you’re more interested in available free options, Cosmo Switch connects with Cboard, an open-source web application aiding communication switch symbols and speech-to-text. Cboard is available in 33 languages and anyone from anywhere in the world can get involved.

But that’s not all! Cosmo Switch also works with:

What if your AAC tool is not on the list? Message us via the contact form and we’ll get in touch.

How to connect Cosmo Switch to AAC?

To start using Cosmo Switchwith your AAC, you need to download the free Cosmo Switch app. The app will allow you to set up any Cosmoid device you have as an accessibility switch. You can download the app via PlayStore or AppStore. In the app, you will be able to choose among many settings to use Cosmo Switch the way you want e.g set the colour, responsiveness or the character you want to use.

What’s next?

Once you download the app, go to Launchpad for a step-by-step guide to start your journey with Cosmo Switch. If you have any questions on how to set up the device, get in touch with us via contact form.

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