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Lingraphica Debuts TalkPath Speech Therapy Apps.

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Listen in live as the Lingraphica team introduces 4 new iPad apps from Booth #1340 at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Convention in Atlanta.

This will be the official unveiling of Lingraphica’s TalkPath Suite of Speech Therapy Apps. These new apps lead people with aphasia through graduated Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening exercises.
  1. Lingraphica TalkPath Reading
    With three types of exercises, the TalkPath Reading app is designed to help rebuild and improve reading skills for adults with aphasia or apraxia. This app provides you with basic word, letter, and phrase identification, and word and picture matching exercises, all designed to be of help with language challenges.
  2. Lingraphica TalkPath Writing
    Designed to improve basic spelling and letter-to-sound recognition, the TalkPath Writing app works on fundamental skills helpful for communication as it moves you through three levels of activities in two sets of exercises.
  3. Lingraphica TalkPath Speaking
    The six types of exercises in the TalkPath Speaking app are designed to help rebuild your memory, word retrieval, and spontaneous speech through naming exercises, repetition activities, and flash card naming activities.
  4. Lingraphica TalkPath Listening
    Through activities such as common pair matching, opposites identification, object identification, and questions, the TalkPath Listening app helps with word discrimination, word association, short-term memory, and other skills useful to help rebuild speech.
Speech Therapy Apps can help extend Speech-Language Pathology efforts to a patient's home and allow people with aphasia to practice their speech recovery exercises whenever and wherever they feel most comfortable.

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