This innovative program provides practice with
understanding various questions: Who, What, Wen, Where, Why, and How.
How it works
Displays a question and up to 4 answers. Provides nearly unlimited
therapy practice, with over 5,000 exercises. Patient reads a question and picks an appropriate answer. The Out
Loud version speaks the question.
Designed to be used independently by a
geriatric survivor of stroke or other brain injury.
Change the difficulty by selecting how many choices to give the patient
(2, 3, or 4)
- Reading Comprehension
- Understanding Who, What, Where (Wh)
- Auditory Comprehension
(+OutLoud version only)
the patient need to hear the questions?
Out Loud version speaks the
questions. Great for extra help or work on auditory
1. Starts with a question
2. Gives a hint
When the user answers incorrectly, the program give a hint. In
the screen picture, below, the hint is in blue. In the example
below, the user has incorrectly answered Father. The hint explains
why Father is the wrong answer.
the user misses the question again, s/he gets an additional hint.
- Use the mouse or keyboard
- Multiple difficulty levels
- You can choose to have 2, 3, or 4 choices displayed to control the question difficulty.
This program was developed based on a program originally developed by Dr. Richard Katz, who has designed numerous programs for aphasia, and published many studies on the effectiveness of computer-assisted aphasia software.
Pro version Features
These features are available in the Professional version of the program.
- Save time with automatic progress-tracking. Results of each session are saved, by client, to a file. You can print this or copy it into other documentation.
- Automatically remembers settings for each patient
So, when Mr. Jones comes back in for his next visit, you just select Mr. Jones and the program remembers how he did last time, what lesson he was using, and what settings you used for him.
- 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.
- Improve Memory
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 appears.
- Boosts patient self esteem
- Provides weeks or months of self-paced speech therapy practice.
- Practical preparation for "the real world"
- There are also advantages for clinicians, such as saving time and providing an extra service (free demo disks)
- Microsoft Windows: Vista, 7, 8, and 10
- 32 MB or more memory
- About 80 MB Hard Drive
- Color screen (monitor)
- Recommended: a Sound Card (which most
computers have already. If you have speakers they are plugged into the
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