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Between the Lines
July 8, 2014 2:40 PM by Lynn LaValley
BTLines , a Hamaguchi App, explores social communication in various ways. Although pricy, $15.99, its many levels allow it to be useful with an array of clients (Levels 1, 2 and Advanced). Between the Lines is easy to play, and fun! The activities address: Read More...
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Talking Pictures: Visual Scene Displays
June 24, 2013 11:44 AM by Megan Sutton
AAC (alternative and augmentative communication) for aphasia is a challenging area of practice for many Speech-Language Pathologists. Whereas most AAC devices and apps help those who have difficulty physically speaking, people with aphasia need help overcoming Read More...
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Script Training
June 17, 2013 12:56 PM by Megan Sutton
In week three of Aphasia Awareness Month, we'll look at a powerful tool in aphasia therapy: script training. The literature is full of support for the benefits of people with aphasia writing and learning scripts. These natural pieces of discourse should Read More...
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Listen to the Picture
May 13, 2013 3:19 PM by Megan Sutton
One of my favorite features of the iPad for people with reading impairments is the ability to read any selected text aloud. This one accessibility tool makes it possible for people with aphasia or dyslexia to listen to emails, websites, and e-books instead Read More...
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Fun with Phonetics
May 7, 2013 5:05 PM by Megan Sutton
Every student of communication disorders learns the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) at some point in her education. I recently found two outstanding free apps that are unique amongst IPA apps for using North American English and games to encourage Read More...
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iReadWrite
April 24, 2013 3:29 PM by Jeremy Legaspi
As tablet technology's use in the classroom grows, the student with Dyslexia or learning disabilities could be at disadvantage without a suitable app to meet their needs. Enter iReadWrite by TextHelp TextHelp are also the publishers the powerful Read Read More...
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An App for Agrammatism
April 1, 2013 9:29 AM by Megan Sutton
Agrammatism is a hallmark of non-fluent aphasia, resulting in telegraphic speech consisting mostly of nouns with a few verbs and adjectives strung together to create a sentence. It's the connector words in our language that make up most of the words used Read More...
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My Favorite Apps Right Now
March 13, 2013 9:03 AM by Jeremy Legaspi
Lately I have been really into using free apps in combination with paid speech apps. I have been using language apps that target syntax or morphology taking screen shots and incorporating those screen shots into other apps. Here is an example: First I Read More...
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Picture Dictionaries for AAC
March 11, 2013 10:08 AM by Megan Sutton
The most useful book in my therapy room is the Oxford Picture Dictionary, 2 nd Edition, Monolingual. It has pictures of EVERYTHING in it, all nicely labeled in English and displayed in visual scenes to give context. There's also nothing childish about Read More...
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iWordQ
March 4, 2013 4:37 PM by Megan Sutton
There's an app I've been recommending to just about everyone recently: iWordQ by Quillsoft. This is an iPad version of the powerful wordQ word processing software, combining word predication with the built-in voice-to-text capability of iPad 3, 4, and Read More...
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Virtual Cooking
February 18, 2013 9:11 AM by Megan Sutton
Within the therapy room, it can be a challenge to engage in functional activities. Most clients engage in some sort of cooking, whether the weekend BBQ or daily baking, and nearly everybody likes talking about food. Two apps that bring the kitchen into Read More...
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Making Sequences
February 13, 2013 9:16 AM by Jeremy Legaspi
This week Megan and I are showing you two apps for a common goal: Sequencing. Targeting sequencing in therapy is a no brainer because you are able to work in past tense, narrative skills, problem solving, etc.. The app I will be discussing is from Zorten Read More...
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Sequencing Sequence
February 11, 2013 3:43 PM by Megan Sutton
This week Jeremy and I are going to show you two apps for a common goal: sequencing. Sequencing cards are a mainstay in the SLP toolbox, used to practice telling and retelling stories, and reasoning through both cause/effect and before/after concepts. Read More...
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Naming TherAppy – 10 Uses & Giveaway
February 4, 2013 9:27 AM by Megan Sutton
I've been writing about apps for adult speech-language therapy weekly for more than 6 months now without mentioning my favorites - the ones I've developed. Please excuse my inherent bias and allow me to offer 10 ideas on how I use Naming TherAppy, my Read More...
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Fluently
January 30, 2013 9:37 AM by Jeremy Legaspi
"Modeling and instructing the client to use easy voluntary prolongations at the beginning of phrases facilitates easy onset of voice, continuous voice production, and reduces laryngeal tension as well as allows for a reduction of subglottal air pressure Read More...
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