Designed for children

Child-friendly font

Research shows that the Sassoon font is significantly easier for children to read.  That’s why it’s included in all our apps. The long ascenders and descenders make words easier to recognize quickly – an important factor when your communication depends on it!



Text above symbols

AAC is an important pathway to literacy instruction, so it’s important to reinforce word recognition at every point. Positioning the text above the symbols means that learners still see the text while they tap the symbol (of course, there’s an option to have the text below if you prefer!).




Speak with a child’s voice

Clicker Communicator enables children to express themselves using voices that are friendly, age-appropriate and realistic. There’s also a wide range of adult voices available for free download, giving you the flexibility to choose the most suitable voice for your learner. There's even a pronunciation tool so that you can ensure that children's names and unusual words are pronounced exactly how you want, every time!

 

Children's voices

 

Adult voices

       

Rosie

Rachel

Harry

Graham

Ella

Nizareng

Josh

Rhona

Olivia

Deepa (Indian English)

Liam

Saul

Heather

Ryan



Tracy



Scott (teenager)



Lisa


Tyler

 
   

Ensure the sound on your computer is working and then click a button to hear for yourself.



Child-friendly keyboard

The Clicker Communicator keyboard has been specifically designed for children, with a simplified layout and a child-friendly, lower case font. The word predictor is incredibly context-sensitive and automatically shows a symbol with each suggestion.