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easyChat is a robust set of AAC vocabularies and computer/phone access for individuals with complex communication needs. It can be accessed by: direct touch selection, keyguards, touchguides, switches, HeadPointing and Eye Gaze.

The easyChat family of vocabularies is available on Liberator’s Accent devices and offers an extensive set of core and UK topic-based vocabulary pages that are fully customisable and intuitive, utilising the popular SymbolStix icons. 

easyChat was developed in the UK with input from a large team of practicing AAC professionals to meet not only the communication needs of individuals who use AAC devices, but also the needs of those supporting them. easyChat’s launch in September 2015 quickly enabled individuals to transition from app-based and low-tech communication solutions to dedicated devices supported by a UK-based company offering technical and clinical support. Since its introduction, easyChat has grown and evolved following feedback from SLTs, teaching staff and families.

The easyChat vocabularies are organised in an easy and intuitive way with the most common words arranged by parts of speech on the home page with extended interest, daily life and lesson-based vocabulary on topic pages. The home pages enable quick access to the most frequently used words (Marvin, C., Beukelman, D., Bilyeu, D. (1994). "Vocabulary-Use Patterns in Preschool Children: Effects of Context and Time Sampling." AAC, Vol. 10, No. 4).easyChat boasts innovative setup and programming supports that are intuitive and easy to use program which uses the popular SymbolStix icon set. easyChat is easy to teach, easy to use and easy to support. Complete communication made easy!

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