Push-Button Device Gives Those Who Can’t Speak Power to Communicate

Push-Button Device Gives Those Who Can’t Speak Power to Communicate
technology

Dustin's Words device lets people express their needs to caregivers through push-enabled texts

Emma Hutchings
  • 28 may 2015

Dustin’s Words is an invention inspired by Matt Reamer’s love for his autistic brother Dustin, who can’t speak and is physically handicapped. Matt built a device that lets Dustin communicate by pushing a button to send a text message to his mother.

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