Are you looking for apps, tools, and resources that you can use with your students who have speech impairments? If so, we have you covered. Check out our list below. Let us know if there are any that we missed.
Naming Therapy– This app helps people with aphasia and children with special needs to practice important naming and description skills. It was designed for both personal and professional uses by speech-language pathologists. The app contains beautiful images, real voice, and full personalization features with more than 700 words. You can also practice naming with over 400 photographs accompanied by clues. You can customize the tests by adding your photos and hints and assigning appropriate scores. The app keeps a record of which clue led you to choose the correct answer; reports are generated and sent to you via email.
Sono Flex – A vocabulary app that turns symbols into speech, Sono Flex allows nonverbal persons to access and use language. Flexibility is key when using symbol-to-speech technology, and Sono Flex provides this critical component by allowing symbols to be individually or situationally tailored. The app comes with over 50 pre-made context packages for various situations and themes. Sono Flex is useful for speech and language pathologists, special education teachers, family, and caregivers.