Quick DescriptionQuestion Therapy app - NHS recommended
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Lite version is free. Full version £22.99.
Two amazing apps in one! Try Question Therapy for free! Question Therapy Lite combines Answering Therapy Lite & Asking Therapy Lite in a free trial of the amazing new therapy program: Question Therapy 2-in-1.
"Question Therapy is the answer!" - Teachers with Apps
"4.5 Stars! A Must Have for SLPs!" - Smart Apps for Kids
"Brilliant!" - The Appy Ladies
App 1) ANSWERING THERAPY LITE
- yes/no & wh-questions
- personal orientation questions
- custom questions (limited in Lite version)
Understanding & answering question is a common goal for both children with special needs & adults with acquired communication impairments (aphasia, brain injury). No other app available works on both Yes/No & Wh- questions (8 different types!), nor will you find one that lets you add personalized questions! With a simple personal survey, this app will work on personal orientation questions automatically, verifying knowledge of the user's personal data along with the current date & time! Use with a loved one at home or with clients in a therapy setting with equal ease.
App 2) ASKING THERAPY LITE
- learn to ask yes/no & wh- questions
- discover, clarify, request & more!
- 3 response modes to accommodate all users
Answering questions is a crucial skill, but people are naturally inquisitive & want to learn more about the world around them. Finally there's a tool to practice ASKING questions! Learn how asking questions will get you certain types of answers; ask properly-formed yes/no questions in 8 different verb tenses; ask for clarification using Wh questions (who, what, where, when, why); spin the wheels to ask questions of every type!
It is made by Tactus Therapy a health app company specialising in speech apps for Neuro. Tactus Therapy was founded by a Speech and Language therapist for Speech and Language therapists. They make a whole range of Speech therapy apps and have some useful resources on their website to help Therapists Using apps as part of rehabilitation for Aphasia and speech and language difficulties