Proloquo2Go: Programming Like A Pro

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About this course

Learn the basics of Proloquo2Go in this 6 part course and how to program on your device.

  • You will be able to set up a user. 
  • You will be know where settings are located.
  • You will be able to add buttons, folders, and activity pages.
  • You will be able to modify settings like pronunciation and amount per page. 
  • You will be able to export messages to social media. 
  • You will be able to back up Proloquo2Go.

Who is this course for?

Suitable for parents, educators, service providers, support workers and anyone who supports someone who communicates using this app 

Expected Outcomes

  • Confidence programming the Proloquo2Go app
  • Proficiency across all programming options
  • Strategies for selecting appropriate vocabulary for great conversations    

Group Purchase

Do you have more than one person who needs to do the training for your school or organisation? You can now purchase Group licenses – just click on the Bulk Buy button to get started.

Time required

Part 1: 20 mins

Part 2:  10 mins

Part 3:  20 mins

Part 4: 25 mins

Part 5: 20 mins

Part 6: 10 mins


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Building language_doc Handout - Quick Look Handout - Top Tips for Creating a User Worksheet - Adding Buttons Worksheet - Making an Activity Display

Presenter Bio:

Kate Munro is a Certified Practicing Speech Pathologist with 9 years of experience and has worked in the field of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) since graduating. She provides individual and group therapy services, consultation to clinicians, workshops and training to individuals, schools and organisations. She also has a special interest in hospital inpatient communication for people who use AAC after completing her honours thesis on the topic. Kate loves working directly with clients and delivering workshops. She is particularly interested in assisting clients to access social media, enabling mental health communication, and providing clinical education for student speech pathologists.