Jellow uses a novel Emotional Language Protocol to communicate

Let’s celebrate June as the month of Aphasia Awareness with friendly AAC Jellow communicator! Did you know? Jellow uses a novel Emotional Language Protocol (ELP) in order to enhance the language ability of Jellow. ELP represents the 6 core expressive icons of the interface which the child uses to easily communicate their likes, dislikes, and needs with others.

Needless to say, Jellow is available in both it’s Android and iOS versions. Learn more about Jellow at www.jellow.org And, do send us feedback on Jellow to help us improve Jellow’s interface.

Keywords:

Emotional Language, Language ability, Icons, Child Friendly, Graphics, Multple languages, AAC Communicator, iOS, Andriod, Voice to Speech/Speak, Autism, Cerebral palsy (CP), Speech difficulty/Impairment

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