AAC Products

Find out more about AAC systems that we sell.  To purchase, WhatsApp/ email us for a price quote.

We recommend getting an AAC assessment done by a trained speech-language therapist before purchasing an AAC for your loved one.

1. TalkXpress (by Deborah Yong)

TalkXpress is a communication board/ book with balanced and robust vocabulary for effective communication. 

Who can benefit from using this? 

Key Features

(1) TalkXpress Communication Board 

3 versions available: 

(A) English

(B) English-Chinese 

(C) Bahasa Malaysia

(Base board size is A4)

(2) TalkXpress Communication Book 

3 versions available: 

(A) English

(B) English-Chinese 

(C) Bahasa Malaysia

(Ring binder size is A5)

(3) TalkXpress Core Page (free!)

3 versions available (click to open): 

(A) English

(B) English-Chinese 

(C) Bahasa Malaysia

2. iPad Keyguard

3D printed, custom-made to fit iPad apps. 

A keyguard is placed on top of the iPad. The person who uses AAC presses the iPad screen through openings strategically placed above each button. This is useful for people with poor motor control, to improve selection accuracy on the iPad. 

3. Communication Wristband 

"I have something to say! Please bring my communication system"

By raising his hand, a person with physical challenges can inform people around him to bring his AAC system because he has something to say. It can also be used to initiate conversations. 

4. Adapted Play (Battery Interrupter and Switch)

Convert any battery-operated toy or appliance into a switch-activated device for leisure and functional activities at home or in the classroom! Flexible and easy to use. Just place the copper disc between the battery contact and a battery in the device, connect a switch and your students are ready for action. 

Included: Battery Interrupter (Enabled Solutions), Big Red Switch (Ablenet)

Not included: Toy or appliance

5. AAC Resources

Are you a speech-language therapist looking for Alternative and Augmentative Communication AAC implementation ideas and resources for your clinical sessions? Are you a teacher hoping to increase disability awareness in the classroom? Are you a parent searching for some fun AAC activities to do at home? 

We have got something for all of you in our TpT shop! Check out Deborah SLT on TpT here

Prefer to browse by category? Check out the AAC resources below!

1. AAC clip art

2. AAC resources 

3. AAC coloring sheets 

4. AAC color by numbers & code 

5. AAC for special occasions/ seasonal products 

6. Disability awareness resources (includes Autism, Down Syndrome, Hearing Loss, Vision Impairment/ Blind, and Physical Impairment)