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Blog posts created by the Tactus Therapy team to let you know about new apps, updates, and exciting developments in the field of speech therapy and technology.

Advanced Language Therapy: Take Your Recovery to the Next Level with a New 4-in-1 App

Combining four complete apps with 14 evidence-based activities, Advanced Language Therapy 4-in-1 is a powerful new app that will help take your speech therapy to the next level. Work on sentences, paragraphs, and complex ideas in speaking, understanding, reading, and writing in this professional stroke recovery app for aphasia.

By |November 7th, 2018|Aphasia and Apraxia, News & Reviews|3 Comments

Changing the Voice on your iOS Device

Want to hear a different voice in your apps? Here's how you can change the voice on your iOS device for several of the Tactus Therapy apps. Follow these step-by-step instructions.

By |October 3rd, 2018|Tech Help|Comments Off on Changing the Voice on your iOS Device

A Free List of the Best Speech Therapy Apps for Adults – Updated!

Completely re-written and updated for 2018, download your FREE copy of our 11-page list of 170 apps for adult speech therapy! So much has changed in the past few years. This list will guide you to the latest apps that are clinically useful and available for iOS and Android devices.

Using Tactus Apps on a Desktop or Laptop Computer

Do you know people who could use the Tactus Therapy apps, but they don't have a tablet? If they're tech-savvy, it may not be a problem. Learn how to use an Android emulator to put apps from Google Play on a Windows PC or Mac laptop or desktop computer.

By |August 22nd, 2018|Tech Help|Comments Off on Using Tactus Apps on a Desktop or Laptop Computer

An Even Better Language Therapy 4-in-1

Learn what's new in Language Therapy 3.1, the latest improvement to this evidence-based and best-selling app for aphasia therapy. See how these improvements make the app easier to use for both home users and professionals.

By |May 29th, 2018|News & Reviews, Tactus App Resources|1 Comment

9 Ways to Improve Speech in Parkinson’s Disease

Learn 9 ways that speech-language pathologists help people with Parkinson's disease to improve their communication and voice. Treatments, apps, activities, and devices to help with the hypokinetic dysarthria caused by PD.

By |April 11th, 2018|Dysarthria, Progressive Disorders|Comments Off on 9 Ways to Improve Speech in Parkinson’s Disease

Advanced Reading Therapy: Step Up to the Next Level in Reading Comprehension with this New App for Adults

Learn about our latest Advanced app for aphasia and brain injury: Advanced Reading Therapy. Discover how technology can help improve reading comprehension with exciting passages and challenging questions perfect for adult speech therapy. Try the Lite version for free!

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Healing the Broken Brain: An Essential New Guide to Stroke Recovery

Leading experts in neurological rehabilitation answer your questions about stroke recovery in this new easy-to-read book. Essential reading for stroke survivors, families, friends, and healthcare professionals to know how best to help heal the broken brain.

By |May 3rd, 2017|News & Reviews, Stroke|Comments Off on Healing the Broken Brain: An Essential New Guide to Stroke Recovery

Top 5 Questions We Answered in 2016

This year seems to have raised more questions than it answered. At Tactus Therapy, we’ve done our best to break that trend and answer your questions about speech therapy for adults. See the top 5 topics we tackled in 2016 and catch up on what you may have missed.

By |December 27th, 2016|News & Reviews|Comments Off on Top 5 Questions We Answered in 2016

Advanced Comprehension Therapy – Understanding at a Whole New Level

Understanding language involves meaning, grammar, and context. Many people with language problems rely too heavily on context, getting by only until the message gets complicated. See how a new app can help you work on understanding sentences and following directions. Try Advanced Comprehension Therapy for free!

By |December 1st, 2016|Aphasia and Apraxia, News & Reviews|2 Comments