** All Tactus Therapy apps are on sale until the end of November **1800+ phrase & sentence level reading comprehension tasks with the option of creating your own exercises!
**Try for FREE with Language Therapy Lite**
This app gives adults with neurological impairment (stroke, brain injury, aphasia) and older children with special needs the practice they need in between reading words and reading stories. It's a digital workbook of semantically organized reading comprehension tasks with the added ability for you to create your own exercises in each mode!
Goal Areas: Reading Comprehension, Attention, Problem Solving, Visual Processing, Reasoning Can be used with: Aphasia, Alexia, Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia, Cognitive-Communication Impairment, Brain Injury, Early Language Learners, Language Learning Disability, Autism, English as a Second Language Learners
Features: *4 modes with over 450 exercises each, for 1,800+ reading comprehension practice items1)Phrase Matching 2)Sentence Matching 3)Phrase Completion 4)Sentence Completion
*Hundreds of clear full-color photographs selected by a Speech-Language Pathologist used in both matching modes *Carefully-crafted foils on each exercise challenge users to read carefully *Clean interface with symbol support allows for independent use *Automated scoring allows for easy data-tracking *Wrong answers are grayed out once selected *Forward and back buttons allow users to skip items and go back to discuss completed items or retry skipped exercises *Child-friendly mode removes references to adult themes and disables links to outside sites *Users see their answers paired with the stimulus for reinforcement of the correct answer *Turn any picture/word on or off *Limit answer choices to 2, 3, or 4 *Results can be e-mailed in report-ready format so clients can keep their therapist informed of their progress and therapists can send results to themselves for charting later, using the copy-and-paste ready format to decrease documentation time
*Please note: There is no sound with this app except for the correct/incorrect sounds as the focus is on reading, not auditory, comprehension