App for someone who has lost their voice?

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    Hello

    I'm looking for an app that can be used by someone who has lost their voice.

    I've seen apps that are for children, and are image driven.

    I've also seen apps that are text/phrase driven.

    Does anyone know of any that combine both?

    For an adult who has lost their voice, they are looking for something that they can quickly use, but is at the same time as expressive as possible.

    Also, they are bi-lingual so the app needs to be able to record voice, but ideally attached to text phrases and not images. As it would be time-consuming to find an image to attach to every phrase they want to say.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    Hi there. I am a speech pathologist and I am impressed with an app called 'Predictable' for adults who can use a text based communication system. Hope that helps.
     
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    Hi

    It looks very good....but quite pricey.

    Also, do you know if allows you to record your own phrases and attach that to text?

    Thanks for the suggestion.

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