This App Has Ways of
Making You Talk!
Apraxia Therapy uses a set of therapeutic techniques that take advantage of the brain’s wiring to help people speak again.
Motor activation through hand tapping, speaking in unison, reading aloud, and watching another person’s mouth – all repeated several times – combine to help even those with severe impairments start to produce fluent speech.
Get an app that can help you overcome the frustration and helplessness. Imagine your stroke survivor with limited speech recording “I love you” and sending it to the people who matter most in their lives. It’s hard work, but there’s hope.
Build confidence and gain independence with results you can hear.
See Apraxia Therapy In Action
Practice at Home or Use at Work
A virtual therapist guides your exercises…
- …whenever and wherever you want
- Unlimited repetitions with a partner who never gets tired
- Work on the phrases that matter most to you
You can’t always be there to provide a model…
- … but you can set up a great home program with this app!
- Functional phrases for daily life
- You’ll be amazed how motivating it is for your clients to hear themselves
Here’s What People are Saying about
Variety, flexibility, cuing hierarchy – I love it!
Motivating app for apraxia!
Several evidence-based approaches in one!
Independent practice made easy
What You’ll Get in
Three activities provide video modelling to make it easier for people with aphasia & apraxia to speak in unison, building independence over repeated attempts
Long Words offers 2, 3,
6 steps guide you through listening, tapping, speaking, and recording yourself
Rate yourself after listening to your own speech, then decide what to do next
Adjust the steps, speed, and cues to meet your needs
Professional reports for you to e-mail, print, or save – with or without audio
All the Tactus Therapy apps are designed by a certified speech-language pathologist and are based on research and clinical best practices. Learn more about the evidence behind this app.
Start using this app or save with a bundle
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