The sequel to our best-selling app Language Therapy 4-in-1, Advanced Language Therapy 4-in-1 targets the same four language modalities of speaking, listening, reading, and writing – all at a higher level. This app helps stroke survivors and people with aphasia work on evidence-based therapy activities targeting the sentence and paragraph levels.
Advanced Language Therapy is a professional speech therapy tool to help people of all ages with mild-moderate language impairments by combining two receptive and two expressive advanced aphasia apps in one convenient package.
Target receptive, expressive, oral, and written language goals
Built-in supports, hints, and cues encourage independence
Available on Apple App Store
Benefits for the Speech-Language Professional
Finally, exercises for your mild-moderate clients
• Evidence-based treatments for all levels of aphasia, building on the word-level basics
• Set up treatment programs based on individual needs with so many levels, settings, and activities
Allows you to do more with your sessions
• Teach strategies, self-cueing, and self-monitoring
• Data and reports are automatic, leaving you free to observe and cue
• Adjust levels on the fly for diagnostic and dynamic therapy
Set up home practice programs and train families
• Clients can use the same app at home as they do in your sessions
• Receive detailed email reports from the client’s home practice to monitor progress
• Intensive practice between sessions can get clients to their goals faster
How to Use Advanced Language Therapy for Home Practice
If you or a loved one has aphasia, Advanced Language Therapy can help. With so many activities, exercises, and levels, there’s something here for everyone in the mild or moderate range of severity. 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 Advanced Comprehension Therapy to work on understanding sentences.
If it’s too easy, try Advanced Reading Therapy to tackle understanding paragraphs.
If speaking is hard, try Advanced Naming Therapy’s Create activity.
If writing is the goal, Advanced Writing Therapy can help take your writing up a step.
E-mail your results to your therapist or a family member to share your progress.
Join the Many Satisfied Users of Advanced Language Therapy