A Full Suite of Free Language, Communication, and Practice Apps

TalkPath™ Therapy is redefining online speech therapy for stroke survivors and caregivers. Exercises are designed for practicing and rebuilding speech and language skills and capabilities.

Keeping up with the latest news is a breeze with TalkPath™ News, an online news source specially designed for stroke survivors with aphasia.

The award-winning SmallTalk™ apps are a family of icon- and video-based apps that offer an easy way to practice common speech activities to help you communicate in everyday life situations.

TalkPath™ Therapy: Begin Rebuilding Speech Today

TalkPath Therapy is a cutting-edge, task-based, online therapy solution to provide stroke survivors with a means for continual learning and improvement with speech, language, and cognitive skills. It is a comprehensive tool for practicing designed for daily practice, giving those with aphasia the confidence to connect with others in social settings.

  • Practice with more than 13,500 language and cognitive exercises
  • Use the playback feature to record mouth positions and assess accuracy (available on the iPad® only)
  • Tested by users with language and cognitive deficits
  • Designed by speech-language pathologists, HIPAA-compliant

It’s easy to get started. Just download the TalkPath Therapy app from the App Store® or visit talkpaththerapy.com and create a free account.

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TalkPath™ News: Specialized Online News Source

  • Enjoy news articles that are read aloud and highlighted.
  • Access national, world, business, education, entertainment, health and lifestyle, science and technology, and history articles.
  • Test reading comprehension with every article.

Create a FREE account to access TalkPath News online or on your mobile device. The TalkPath News app is available for download on the App Store® and Google Play™ Store.

 

SmallTalk™ App Family – Improve Communication in Everyday Life Situations

Picture-based vocabulary of words and phrases help improve communication

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Common graphic icons, phrases, and videos come with you wherever you go.
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Common graphic icons, phrases, and videos come with you wherever you go.
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Icons and phrases to communicate swallowing needs and challenges.
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Words and phrases used in conversations, such as greetings, responses, and requests.
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Communicate intensity of pain with descriptions and images from the Wong-Baker Faces Pain Scale.
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Words and icons for daily living, such as bathing, dressing, and grooming.
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Communicate with doctors and nurses to describe pain, feelings, and medical needs.
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Spanish words and phrases used in conversations, such as greetings, responses, and requests.

Focused and effective video apps for practicing communication exercises

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Cheek, tongue, soft palate, lip, and jaw movements to help strengthen muscles for speech.
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Tongue and lip movements to produce consonant blends.
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Greetings, conversational phrases, and aphasia-oriented phrases, such as, “I had a stroke.”
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Days of week, months of year, and ordinal numbers from 1st through 31st.
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English-language phonemes including illustrations of tongue and lip movements.
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The 26 letters of the English alphabet, the numbers 1 through 20, and the primary colors.

The award-winning SmallTalk™ Family of Communication apps offers great video apps to practice common speech activities.

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