This program, created for stroke and brain-injury survivors,
has a wide variety of difficulty levels from learning the alphabet all
the way to the goal of the program: written word-retrieval (written
naming) where the patient retrieves and types the word for a picture. This program is also available in
Over 700 questions divided into 7
Phrase Completion: Multiple Choice
Phrase Completion: Fill-in
Sentence Completion: Multiple Choice
Sentence Completion: Fill-in
Definition Completion: Multiple Choice
Definition Completion: Fill-in
Sentence -Picture Matching
Boosts patient self
Unlimited self-paced speech therapy
Practical preparation for
"the real world"
Saves speech pathologists' time by automatically tracking
Like all Bungalow programs, Aphasia Tutor 1 provides
hints and feedback to help guide the patient to the right answer. Our approach is "Success with as little assistance as needed." The goal is for the patient to do it as independently as possible.
User can click on
the Hints button or press the <control> key on the keyboard to receive a hint in the
fill-in-the-blank levels. E.g., if the answer was "Spoon" the hint would be
"s_ _ _ _"
Clear feedback for correct/incorrect answers.
Use the mouse or keyboard
Multiple difficulty levels beginning with multiple choice
single-letters, all the way to fill-in-the-blank words.
Available in a Spanish version that has the cues and answers in Spanish. Patient would pick a Spanish word for
"orange" (naranjo) or type that in as the answer.
Deluxe Version Features
These features are available in the Deluxe and Pro versions of
Get more therapy with extra difficulty options. Show the first letter of the answer
or reduce the number of choices to make the program easier, or give
fewer hints to make it harder.
Motivate the patient by
showing them how well they're doing with automatic progress
tracking which saves the results of each session are saved, to a
file. You can print this or copy it into other documentation.
Limited to a single patient. For unlimited patients,
Make faster progress
with repetition practice.
Repeat the first 20 questions 5 times, or
repeat as many questions as you like as many times as you like.
You can also control the length of the lesson without repetition,
such as having a 25 exercise lesson. (Bungalow programs have
so many exercises we've found that even one lesson can be too much
for a patient to do in one sitting.
Do memory training. You can
set the program to display the cue to display temporarily or until
they press any key. Then the cue disappears, and the question
+OutLoud version includes spoken cues and hints for extra help and improving Auditory Comprehension.
I can always tell when my husband has been using Sights and Sounds because his diction really improves."
Jayne Quigley, caregiver. From their story in the Stroke Connection magazine of the National Stroke Association
"Our results with the Aphasia Package are miraculous. We are seeing great results with clients who are using the software with care givers and volunteers as well as with certified speech pathologists. Thanks."
Judith Widmer, Palm Springs Stroke Activity Center, Palm Springs, Ca
"Your software is great, by the way. We're still working with it (6 months later), and still making progress.
It's a slow process to rebuild a vocabulary, but we refuse to give up, and your software has helped tremendously."