Project Description

Let’s See Why You Need Question Therapy

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Question Therapy combines the power and potential of Asking Therapy and Answering Therapy into one money-saving app.

Asking and answering questions is critical to the natural give-and-take of everyday communication. Re-learning how to properly initiate and respond to questions will help a person with aphasia regain confidence in conversation.

Question Therapy targets both the receptive and the expressive use of questions, concentrating on yes-or-no questions and the who, what, when, where, how, and why of a situation.

  • 2-in-1 app for interrogatives includes Asking Therapy & Answering Therapy
  • Uniquely designed to work on 12 different question types
  • Combines recorded and automated voice to allow users to hear every word
  • Record your own voice to self-monitor
  • Data tracking for multiple users with data storage in the app
  • Enhanced data encryption for privacy and security

Benefits for the Speech-Language Professional

  • Have question exercises for all levels together at all times
  • • Use Answering Therapy for lower-level clients
    • Use Asking Therapy for higher-level clients

  • Keep multiple clients’ settings and data stored in the apps
  • User Hub allows you to start sessions quickly with the right settings
    • Protect patient privacy by using the Guest user and emailing results

How to Use Question Therapy for Home Practice

Questions are an important part of communication. Move beyond single words or simple sentences with Question Therapy, an app that covers all levels of this essential communication skill. Your speech therapist can help you figure out which settings and exercises are best for you, but if you are on your own, try this:

  • Start with Answering Therapy after you fill out the Personal Survey.
  • Begin with Yes/No Questions, then try Wh Questions.
  • Next, try Investigate in Asking Therapy.
  • Challenge yourself with Yes/No & Wh Questions.
  • See your progress in the User Hub, and share it with your therapist by email.

What People are Saying about Question Therapy

Tactus has done a remarkable job with this app and the outstanding customizing ability for both areas. There is so much available within each section. ASKING and ANSWERING go together just like peanut butter and jelly!
Jackie Bryla, SLP, Teachers With Apps
Tactus Therapy Solutions has created a nice, high-quality app for therapists. Since asking and answering questions is paramount to just about any therapy plan, this app provides therapists with a tool that should be included in their tote bags.
Ryan Knoblauch, SLP, The Speech Knob
Overall these are some of the most comprehensive & customizable apps that I have come across! I absolutely love that these apps can be used with nearly all ages, which makes them an incredible investment. One of my top must-have apps for SLPs in any setting!
Danielle Reed M.S., CCC-SLP, Sublime Speech

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2 apps in 1! Choose an app to find out more:

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Platforms: iPad, iPad mini, iPhone & iPod touch

Version: 1.04

Price: $29.99 USD

Bundled in: Tactus Collection Part 1 – Aphasia

Kent-Walsh, J., Binger, C., & Buchanan, C. (2015). Teaching Children who use Augmentative and Alternative Communication to Ask Inverted Yes-No Questions Using Aided Modeling. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology.

Springer, L., Willmes, K., & Haag, E. (1993). Training in the use of wh-questions and prepositions in dialogues: A comparison of two different approaches in aphasia therapy. Aphasiology, 7(3), 251-270.

Gray, L., Hoyt, P., Mogil, S., & Lefkowitz, N. (1977). A comparison of clinical tests of yes/no questions in aphasia.

Friedmann, N., & Novogrodsky, R. (2011). Which questions are most difficult to understand?: The comprehension of Wh questions in three subtypes of SLI. Lingua, 121(3), 367-382.

Gallagher, T. M., & Guilford, A. M. (1977). Wh-questions: responses by aphasic patients. Cortex, 13(1), 44-54.

Oct 28, 2015            Version 1.04

  • Fix for recording issue on iOS 9 that some users were experiencing

Jun 8, 2015            Version 1.03

  • Minor fixes & new voices

Jan 5, 2015            Version 1.02

  • Minor bug fixes

Feb 2, 2014            Version 1.01

  • Updated to work universally on iPhone & iPod touch
  • Color-coded affirmations added to Question Generator in Asking Therapy

Nov 10, 2013            Question Therapy Initial Release

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Question Therapy is available for your iOS devices.

It can also be purchased as part of the following iOS bundles:

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