To offer services for Ablenet Supertalker
AbleNet has declared to offer Medicaid, Medicare and private insurance funding support through Talk To Me Technologies. The service is for the Ablenet SuperTalker progressive communicator FL4SH scanning communicator products.
The digital technology of SuperTalker is a voice output device that provides clear sound and comes with up to 25% battery life. The device features 16 minutes of recording time and a total of eight levels of messaging capability. However, it can called as a portable assessment tool.
On the other hand, the FL4SH scanning communicator helps special education and AAC professionals requiring an adaptable scanning communicator that can address situations, both in and out of the classroom. It comes with features such as activities for educators and students and a tutorial that runs in in less than five minutes.
Jen Thalhuber, CEO of AbleNet, said: “Talk To Me Technologies is expert at assisting customers to get funding through Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance and we look forward to the help they will be able to offer our customers. Without these funding resources many people with severe disabilities would not be able to obtain communications tools such as the SuperTalker and FL4SH, creating additional hardship and more limits to their ability to effectively communicate.”
Matt Dunning, CEO of Talk To Me Technologies, said: “We are delighted to provide this service for AbleNet. Core to our mission is to assure that every person with disability has access to the leading speech-generating devices, which often means helping them to navigate both government and private insurance funding resources.”
AbleNet provides educational and technical solutions to help children and adults with disabilities. This includes communication aids for nonverbal individuals; access aids, such as switches and wheelchair mounting devices for people who require physical supports; and special education classroom curriculum and software that help learning progress.