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ATU529 – Hear Indiana with Naomi Horton

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Your weekly dose of information that keeps you up to date on the latest developments in the field of technology designed to assist people with disabilities and special needs. Special Guest: Naomi Horton – CEO of Hear Indiana Website: www.hearindiana.org Find them on Facebook: www.facebook.com/hearindiana Hearing Aid Assistance Program of […]

June is National Aphasia Awareness Month

Shining a Light on the World of Aphasia

Despite the fact that over two million people in the United States have aphasia, 84.5 percent of Americans have never heard of this disorder. “That’s why it’s particularly important to spread information, not just in June for National Aphasia Awareness Month, but all year round as well,” said Brian Norton, director of assistive technology at […]

5 Speech Therapy Apps from Erik X. Raj

Over the years I have written about several speech therapy apps.  However, I have yet to write about apps developed by speech-language pathologist, Erik X. Raj.  Today’s blog will highlight a handful of his available apps. Erik X. Raj is a speech-language pathologist in New Jersey.  He works with elementary and adolescent students who have various […]

Speech Blubs : Language Therapy App

There are so many language therapy apps that it can be overwhelming to find one that works for your child or student.  Speech Blubs is a speech therapy app that uses voice-control and video technology to develop speech articulation for young children with or without speech difficulties.  It was developed by Blub, Blub Inc. which […]

FreeSpeech – Build Language and Learn Grammar

Looking for an affordable way to practice your English language skills?  FreeSpeech is noted on the App Store to be the “#1 Best New App!”  It is an app developed to help users explore the English language.  It is a unique experience for children of all ages and abilities, and is especially ideal for visual […]

5 Apps for Speech Delays

It is estimated that approximately 10% of kindergarteners will receive a diagnosis of a speech/language delay each year.  To aid in this delay, many work with certified speech-language pathologists, but why not practice these skills outside of therapy?  The App Store offers countless apps for individuals with speech delays, but I wanted to highlight a handful […]