HandySpeech mobile app helps disabled
Ability To Talk Becomes A Reality
As Handwriting-To-Speech Application For Apple Mobile Devices is Filling a Void
"HandySpeech" Application Is The Gift Of Voice For People With Disabilities
HandySpeech is the only handwriting-to-speech application on the app store providing a unique opportunity for people with speech disabilities to communicate.
Created by 12-year-old software developer Eric Zeiberg who was inspired by his autistic sister with speech disabilities, HandySpeech was featured in the Hartford Courant article.
"I hope it will make people's lives better," said Eric.
As an assisted speech technology application, HandySpeech supplements or even replaces speech for people with spoken language difficulties. The application helps people with speech or language impairments, including autism, stuttering, stroke, muscular dystrophy, oral, throat and neck cancer among others.
Users write what they want to say in any one of 13 languages and the software converts the handwriting into speech.
FOX CT Morning Show
Twelve-year-old Eric Zeiberg, from West Hartford, developed an app, which assists users with speech disabilities. He was inspired by his sister, who is autistic, and talks about the app.
Twelve Year Old Creates App For Disabled
Eric Zeiberg wrote a writing to speech iPad app for people with disabilities and the inability to speak.
By Jeff Stoeker and Thomas Kienzle
To learn more about the HandySpeech applications and download it via the Apple App Store for $29.99, visit the iSpeak4U Web site.
Available on iPad, iPad Mini and soon on iPhone