1 Word Level: one word is auditorily presented and the user must touch the corresponding picture (given 2 choices)
2 Word Level: two words are auditorily presented and the user must touch the corresponding pictures (given 3 choices)
3 Word Level: three words are auditorily presented and the user must touch the corresponding pictures (given 4 choices)
Phrase Level: a phrase is auditorily presented and the user must touch the corresponding picture
Sentence Level: a sentence is auditorily presented and the user must touch the corresponding picture
Function Level: a picture of an item is auditorily presented along with a "what do you with this?" auditory prompt and the user must touch the corresponding function of the item
Barrier Game: Choose from 3 scenes. Hear directions to place items within the scene. When completed, the user touches "reveal" to see if his/her picture matches the barrier picture. Note: the clinician must manually score this level. Children will enjoy earning coins to place into a piggy bank; however, this option may be turned off. Processing Pow-Wow would also be ideal for adolescents and adults who need to boost their memory and auditory processing skills. Get ready to improve your auditory processing skills with this engaging app!
Speech Tutor brings the latest in technology and animation to the world of sound production. Whether you’re a speech-language pathologist, a college student studying communication sciences & disorders, a parent of a child with speech delays, or someone trying to improve their American English accent, you’re going to find this an invaluable application.
Whether you’re a speech and language pathologist (SLP), an SLP college student, a parent of children with speech delays, or someone trying to improve their American English accent, you’re going to find this an invaluable application.
A first of its kind in the field, Speech Tutor brings the latest in technology and animation to the world of speech. The animations inside Speech Tutor take the areas of the face that impede the view of tongue placement and positioning and make them transparent. Now one can literally see inside the mouth as the sounds are being made!
Speech Tutor offers a “Side View” and a “Front View” of each sound production, both of which can be viewed at 3 different speeds (slow, medium, fast). The movies can also be paused any given point.
With 132 animations in all, Speech Tutor is sure to offer a helpful view and speed for anyone in need. Speech Tutor does not stop there though. Non SLPs can begin the application by reading an easy to understand “Basics” tutorial which provides the reader with a solid foundation of the basic knowledge needed to know before attempting to improve any/all English consonants. Also provided is detailed text specific to each sound that further describes how each sound is technically made, tips provided by licensed speech and language pathologists, and milestones for when each sound should be acquired and mastered. Along with viewing the animations, one can also view a “Palate” diagram to further demonstrate where on the palate the tongue should be placed. Last but not least, users of the application can choose to record themselves as they practice their target sounds and then choose to play it before and after a correctly modeled production. Animations for the following sounds are provided: P, B, T, D, K, G, N, M, ING, F, V, S, Z, SH, CH, J, L, R (retroflex and bunched), TH (voiced and voiceless).
DESCRIBE IT is a new describing app designed to help kids learn many of the important parameters of describing. The app comes with an easy to use "Study" section where children can choose categories, see an image, and then touch audio clues in the following areas: sight, taste, touch, smell, feel, function, and category.
Hands down the most powerful (and educational) articulation application on the market! If you are a speech-language pathologist, this is going to be the app that you simply cannot live without. It is jam packed with well over 3,000 flashcards that target 29 phoneme selections.
Do articulation therapy in a brand new and fun way. Work your way through a hierarchy of 5 different activities starting with listening, two word level activities, sentence, and paragraph levels. See multiple students at once and change activities on the fly. You'll love this new approach.
You kept asking for it, so here it is! We created a state of the art minimal pairs application designed to target the 12 most common phonological processes. This is a speech-language pathologist’s dream come true. Over 750 flashcards that will help get YOUR students get talking in NO TIME!
Articulation Screener is a simple application that allows for a quick articulation screening of children. Choose from a "Basic Screen" that screens the sounds in the initial position or a "Full Screen" that screens in the initial and final positions.
Reading can and SHOULD be fun. That is exactly why we created Pocket Lexi, the best eReader out there that truly supports literacy skills while also focusing on particular areas of language. Let children select the meaning of particular words and phrases and have a blast as they learn at the same time. This is how learning should be!
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This app helps children follow step directions in a fun and interactive way. We constantly hear from parents and therapists about the difficulty children have following directions. The ability to follow directions depends upon the child’s auditory sequential memory ability, which is the ability to hold information in memory in the order it was given.Whether you are a speech language pathologist or a parent you will find the Category Carousel app a fun way to increase and enhance a child’s vocabulary. The ability to categorize and subcategorize words and concepts is a skill necessary to build, store, and retrieve words leading to better comprehension and expressive language skills.
This app helps children follow step directions in a fun and interactive way. We constantly hear from parents and therapists about the difficulty children have following directions. The ability to follow directions depends upon the child’s auditory sequential memory ability, which is the ability to hold information in memory in the order it was given.
This version of Billy Goats Gruff, tells a classic tale in a brand new and exciting way. Complete with a professionally narrated video and five interactive activities, this book is sure to enthrall your kids while they learn crucial listening skills for school.
This version of Little Red Riding Hood, tells a classic tale in a brand new and exciting way. Complete with a professionally narrated video and five interactive activities, this book is sure to enthrall your kids while they learn crucial listening skills for school.
Children can watch 4 classic tales in "movie form" and then retell the stories and make their very own movies! A super, fun way to encourage and improve retell skills.
Simply enjoy over 50 included decks of commonly targeted language areas or dive in and make your own decks. Look up words, find and add associations, add pictures, draw pictures, and add audio. Let your students EXPERIENCE language learning, not just memorize. This is simply the most advanced flashcard application available.
We know how important parent involvement is to making swift progress. So that is why we created an app specifically designed FOR PARENTS to use with their child who is working on that tricky R sound. It is important that carryover occurs outside of the speech setting, so practicing the R sound at home has never been this fun.
Ahh, it’s the infamous Opposite Day! Study opposites by viewing cards that are professionally and comically illustrated. Visit the browse section to simply cruise through and learn or test your students by quizzing them with expressive and receptive modes. Segmented by Adjectives, Nouns, Verbs, and Prepositions, students can learn in both English and Spanish!
Imagine if it was possible to have your child's voice trigger an animation of a bunny popping out of a magic hat?! This application can do that . . . and SO MUCH MORE! Magic Voice emphasizes the fact that verbal communication is a purposeful behavior that can be used with intent to bring about changes in the immediate environment.
Attention parents, the Speech Pairs app is here and it comes tailored specifically for parents and home practice! Complete with tips on how to improve sounds, milestones for when speech sounds should be mastered AND helpful diagrams of tongue positioning. Now parents can learn the basics of “speech therapy 101″ and practice with your children when you want!
Sometimes us speech-language pathologists just need a break. Download this free app and enter the SLP Break Room for a little down time and good laughs. If you find one you think is particularly fitting, you can send it to your friends via email, Facebook, or Twitter or save it to your photo library.
Corey Walker is a practicing speech-language pathologist living in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Originally from Albuquerque, he received his B.S. from The University of New Mexico and was awarded a M.S. from Eastern New Mexico University. A self-professed “tech geek,” it was a natural progression for him to combine his love for gadgets with his profession, eventually giving birth to Pocket SLP in 2009. During his free time, Corey enjoys hunting for Transformer tracks and digging for dinosaur bones with his 6 year-old son, curling up and watching Boardwalk Empire with is wife, and roaming the Wild West with his trusty camera.
Karen Lopez-Walker is a practicing speech-language pathologist living in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Originally from Santa Fe, New Mexico, she received her B.S. from The University of New Mexico and was awarded a M.S. from Eastern New Mexico University. During her free time, she enjoys having fun with her two children and Mr. Walker. In addition, Karen has a habit of rescuing animals and loves catching up on documentaries and odd films. Oh, and in case you are wondering what the most fantastic green chili chicken enchiladas on the planet taste like, you should ask her because she is one HECK of a cook!
We are passionate about Speech and Language Therapy and we are totally focused on practicing the best way we know. Publishing apps for therapists, parents, and children for that purpose has been an outstanding way of expressing our passion and making it easier, more effective, and efficent.