Naming TherAppy is the best-selling word-finding app to help people with aphasia and children with special needs practice important naming and description skills, and now you can add your own images!
Stroke and brain-injured patients can now practice word-finding on their own or with a therapist with this easy-to-use app designed by a SLP. Full-color photos with real recorded voice for over 700 words are included in the app. Self-scoring in test and practice modes allow for easy documentation with a report-ready score report sent via email.
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Word-Finding, Verbal Expression, Confrontation Naming, Responsive Naming, Cued Lexical Retrieval, Semantic Memory, Repetition, Circumlocution, Describing, Semantic Feature Analysis, Expanding Expression
Useful for Helping:
Expressive Aphasia, Non-fluent Aphasia, Anomia, Broca’s Aphasia, Dementia, Cognitive-Communication Impairment, Brain Injury, Expressive Language Delay, Autism, Language Learning Disability, English as a Second Language, Special Needs Students
1) Naming Practice: 400+ pictured nouns with a cueing hierarchy and optional scoring
Evidence-Based Cueing Hierarchy:
- Description: a short definition for a semantic cue
- First Letter: the initial grapheme appears with number of letters indicated
- Whole Word: the complete written word appears on the screen
- Phrase Completion: a common phrase is heard that ends in the target word
- First Sound: the initial phonemes are heard for a phonemic cue
- Repetition: hear the word