Close Server: KOPWWW05 | Not logged in


Welcome to Health Care POV | sign in | join
in Search

BROWSE BY TAGS

All Tags » websites and ot... » apps   (RSS)
  • An App for Action Words

    If you are like me, in the past you've been frustrated trying to teach action words using still pictures.  Well, now there's an answer... Actions in Video.  This app was designed by Geraldine Moran, a fellow speech-language pathologist,  to work on acquiring action words, and using them to create sentences.  The free version ...
    Posted to Speaking of Apps (Weblog) on September 5, 2014
  • Copy Me

    Copy Me by Game Studio (Free) is a game developed to serve as an emotional development aid which may be helpful for children on with ASD. It was developed as a research product at the University of Technology, in Sydney, Australia. This app works by using facial recognition technology to track the users face via the iPad's front facing camera ...
    Posted to Speaking of Apps (Weblog) on March 17, 2014
  • Anatomy Drawings for SLPs

    Remember back in 2012 when I told you about drawMD ENT and said ''it's almost as if this app were designed for SLPs''? Well, now there actually is a medical anatomy app designed just for SLPs! Visible Health has given us even more anatomical drawings specific to the needs of Speech-Language Pathologists in their new app drawMD Speech-Language ...
    Posted to Speaking of Apps (Weblog) on March 10, 2014
  • Pocket Artic

    Most articulation apps are designed to appeal to children, so it can be difficult to find one with appropriate content and design to use with adults with dysarthria or apraxia. For some time now, my go-to app for working on speech sound impairments has been Pocket Artic. Pocket SLP's Pocket Artic ($9.99 universal iOS app, see note on Android at ...
    Posted to Speaking of Apps (Weblog) on August 6, 2013
  • Top 5 iPad Tips & Tricks – Part 2

    Last week I shared with you three of my top five iPad tips and tricks.  Here are the top two: #2: Text to Speech The iPad will read aloud any text in Notes, Safari, iBooks, Mail, or others apps in which you can select text.  To turn this feature on, go to the Settings app, select General, and scroll down to Accessibility.  Under ...
    Posted to Speaking of Apps (Weblog) on July 30, 2012
  • Apps for Prepositions

    Prepositions can be somewhat tricky for some of our clients and students to master. Most of the time but not always, working on prepositions involves some type of  'drill' activity that is utterly boring for the child as well as the therapist. Below are 5 apps that focus on learning and comprehending prepositions.  Most of these apps ...
    Posted to Speaking of Apps (Weblog) on July 4, 2012