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App review: Constant Therapy

An app for improving speech, memory and focus skills in people with speech-language disorders.
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An app for improving speech, memory and focus skills in people with speech-language disorders.

Designed by scientists at Boston University, the aim of this therapy app is to improve everyday speech, memory and focus skills in people recovering from traumatic brain injury, or who have aphasia, dementia or speech-language disorders.

Users fill out disorders or conditions for which they have diagnoses and the areas they want to improve.

They are then given customised visual and audio tasks, such as symbol matching, sound identification and auditory command tasks.

When tasks have been completed, users are emailed progress reports.

The user-friendly app offers a free trial for up to 30 days. It can be used independently or alongside therapy prescribed by a clinician.

Constant Therapy

14.99 per month | Free for 30 days

An app for improving speech, memory and focus skills in people with speech-language disorders.

ConstantTherapy

Designed by scientists at Boston University, the aim of this therapy app is to improve everyday speech, memory and focus skills in people recovering from traumatic brain injury, or who have aphasia, dementia or speech-language disorders. 

Users fill out disorders or conditions for which they have diagnoses and the areas they want to improve.

They are then given customised visual and audio tasks, such as symbol matching, sound identification and auditory command tasks.

When tasks have been completed, users are emailed progress reports. 

The user-friendly app offers a free trial for up to 30 days. It can be used independently or alongside therapy prescribed by a clinician. 


Constant Therapy

£14.99 per month | Free for 30 days

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