TalkingTILES Taps into the Power of Windows 8 Mobile Devices to Deliver a Breakthrough Level of Care in the Assistive Technology Marketplace
Oakville Ontario – February 28, 2013 – Mozzaz, an emerging leader in assistive technology and collaborative healthcare apps, further broadened its platform support today, announcing the availability of its Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) app, TalkingTILES, for Microsoft Windows 8. The app is available for download through the Windows Store.
“Since its launch in November, we’ve had a phenomenal response to TalkingTILES within the speech and language therapy and education markets, with thousands of downloads of the app in just the past month, as therapists, clients and caregivers embrace the opportunity to move collaboration in care into the mobile world,” says Sammy Wahab, CEO of Mozzaz. “Support for the Windows 8 environment is critical, as many of our customers are comfortable and familiar with applications built for the Windows desktop environment. Windows 8 is well suited to the demands of assistive technology, with the capability of delivering rich interactive apps alongside the power of Windows. ”
“We run our Autism Centre on Windows PC’s and are increasingly using tablets as a therapeutic delivery tool, so we are extremely excited to be able to make a Windows 8 version of TalkingTILES available to our clients and their families. This application has the potential to unlock communication barriers for children with autism, and should enable us to move clients to new levels of independence and ability,” says Darryl Nurse of Toronto-based Aisling Discoveries Child and Family Centre.
Next Generation Augmentative and Alternative Communication Solution Offers Flexibility, Ease of Use and Accessibility via Web, Smartphone and Tablet
Oakville Ontario – November 19, 2012 Bringing new hope to people with communications disorders, Mozzaz Corporation announces the release of TalkingTILES, a new Augmentative and Alternative Communication (‘AAC’) mobile app aimed at helping people with a speech or language disorder better express their thoughts, wants, needs and ideas. The app was announced at the recent 2012 ASHA Convention in Atlanta, Georgia.