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About Us
There are many human diseases and accidents, which diminish or rob people of their abilities to effectively communicate and interact with other people in society.

Some diseases are progressive and may deteriorate a person’s physical ability over a short period of time. My own experience is that with my wife Kathy, who was diagnosed with having Motor Neuron Disease (MND) on 17th March 2011. Kathy was fit, healthy, exercised daily and ate healthy food. Within six months, Kathy could not walk, two months later she required a PEG operation to be fed by tube through the stomach wall, a month later; she could not speak or use her hands.

Faced with physical deterioration on a weekly basis, daily activities including communication became a huge challenge for Kathy.

In my desperation to assist Kathy to communicate, I looked for known tools and aids for the disabled, when identified, were often highly expensive, dated and lacked integration into todays’ electronic world.

I made use of some existing technologies as well as designing and developing a number of computer applications to assist Kathy to communicate.

The lack of modern and comprehensive communications technology to assist people with disabilities prompted this endeavor to develop an enhanced integrated solution, making use of contemporary, new and emerging technologies.

Our aim is to develop solutions that will allow people to communicate quickly, effectively and with little effort, using electronically spoken and written communications, in a modern electronic world.

Douglas McLaren Livingstone

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