Please note: The settings can be changed on this app. For instance, one can turn off the sounds made by correct and incorrect production tracking, the tally marks can be turned off, the written word can be taken off, and pictures can be moved by swipes instead of by making check or X response. These options are nice for children who get a bit too concerned with their performance numbers.
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We don’t often work in groups at our clinic, but we can imagine that the feature of being able to add up to six players and to rotate the screen by a push of the button so that their target is in front of the student while seated at a table would be super cool for school speech therapists who often work in groups! In addition, the option to have student progress saved at the Therapy Report Center must be very nice for SLP's with large caseloads. All of the students on their caseloads names and therapy session data can be stored there. That makes for a nice summary and a written report that can be read for report writing later.
We are super excited to have this comprehensive articulation app in our therapy tool box and I just know that we will use it every day! If you would like to buy one, please head on over to the iTunes store. We think that you won’t regret the decision! If you are feeling lucky, why don’t you go ahead and enter our Rafflecopter drawing below. We’ll cross our fingers for you!!