SmallTalkTM Apps

Communication and Practice Apps for iPhone® and iPad®

Free Language, Communication, and Practice Apps

Our free speech, communication, and practice apps have been downloaded over ONE MILLION times.

The award-winning SmallTalk™ Family of Communication apps offer you an easy way to practice common speech activities. Select from our icon-based communication apps or video-based apps. All apps are available to download for free from the App Store and can be used on an iPhone or iPad.

Communication Apps

Picture-based vocabulary of words and phrases help you to communicate effectively in many different settings.

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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.

 

Video Apps

Focused and effective, each exercise comes as an individual video, so you can practice the exercises you need and repeat them as many times as you like.

Articulation video exercises demonstrate tongue and lip movements. Exercises can help strengthen the oral muscles necessary for communication.

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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.

 

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