The QuickTalker range of communication aids are designed for rough use and all feature a built-in carry handle. The three models are similar in size and appearance, but differ in the number of messages that they offer.
There are 3 models of this product available. Suppliers may not supply them all:
7 Locations ANQT
12 Locations ANQT
23 Locations ANQT
models are similar in size and appearance, but differ in the number of messages that they offer
provides a variety of message locations (see options) and can store five sets or 'levels' of messages for use at different times throughout the day or in different activities
built-in storage for user's symbol overlays
designed for rough use, built-in carry handle
requires four AA batteries
QuickTalker7 with three static Messages, four message Locations, five levels and six minutes recording time
QuickTalker12 with three static Messages, nine message Locations, five levels and 12 minutes recording time
QuickTalker23 with three static Messages, 20 message Locations, five levels and 18 minutes recording time
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Help and advice
We recommend that you always arrange a multidisciplinary assessment before purchasing any type of communication aid. This will ensure that factors such as seating, mobility, access, motivation, educational needs, cognitive levels, training and ongoing support are all taken into account (Ace Centre, 2010), (Scope, 2010), (AbilityNet, 2009).
It is crucial that a backup of the vocabulary is kept somewhere safe so that it can be used in the case of system failure (Scope, 2010).
Further information: Communication Matters support people who find communication difficult because they have little or no clear speech.
The ACE centre offers help and support to individuals with complex physical and communication difficulties, their carers, parents, or therapist.