Electronic devices help nonverbal kids find their voice
Peoria, IL JournalStar
Six year-old Selah Oelschlager’s verbal skills were close to non-existent until about two years ago, when she got her first AAC device with LAMP Words for Life.
Teen With Autism Speaks Again Thanks To 'The Talker'
The High Plains | KAMR NBC4 and KCIT FOX 14
Autism silenced Joshua Fant when he was just 18 months old, but thanks to new technology, he's now able to communicate with his family, friends, and teachers, again.
The Autism Puzzle: Part 4
YouTube | NBC4 WCMH-TV Columbus
Lindsay Cargill explains LAMP and how it's helped young Brady grow his communication skills.
He Found His Voice Through The Use Of LAMP
Closing the Gap Solutions magazine, Feb/Mar 2017
Drew was nonverbal, and didn't take to LAMP Words for Life right away. But educator Twylah Beaty wouldn't give up.
A Voice For Josie
YouTube | Indiana Department of Education PATINSProject
Speech and Language Pathologist, Nicole Wingate, and Drew Markley, Assistive Technology Coordinator, worked together to find the right AAC device and app for Josie.
Technology Breaks The Silence For Fort Worth Students
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
At Boulevard Heights Alternative School, children who barely had social skills are using iPads to break their silence.
My Child Gets To Have His IPad All Day, Every Day With No Limits
The Huffington Post
Author Laurie Ashley on working with her son, his device and LAMP Words for Life and how it's changed their world.
My Daughter’s Speech Therapy Is Breaking My Heart
The Huffington Post
Adiba Nelson's funny, sad, wonderful essay on her daughter's journey to communication - and independence - with her AAC device.
Words For Life Aids Students With Verbal Challenges
Terre Haute Tribune-Star
As part of a collaborative effort by local agencies, students at Vigo County Schools will begin receiving iPads with LAMP Words for Life to help build communication.
New Technology Helps Children With Autism Find Their First Words
7:30 | ABC News 24, Australia
Children with autism are being helped to find their first words by new technology that may promise relief from time-consuming and expensive therapies.