This is my first question, but I have been looking at the site from time to time for about 18 months. My brother David who is 67 has PSP (symptoms for 6 years before his diagnosis in 2010) and has tried using a borrowed Lite writer (coverts typed text to speech) but couldn't get on with it as he couldn't really see the keys as they are quite small and he can't look down. His speech has become almost impossible to understand now - it has got worse quite quickly over the past 12 months. We have a laminated sheet with letters, but wondered if anyone had tried some of the new technology? There is an Ipad app you can buy - which is much cheaper than a Lite writer (£100 vs £3,000 ish !!), but don't know whether it is suitable for someone with PSP. Thank you.
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