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Aphasia

Aphasia Treatment    Aphasia Therapy   Speech   Reading Comprehension


Choosing therapy software

Speech therapy is a like like working out at the gym.  You need to work at the right difficulty level and with some guidance so you get the most out of your exercise.


Therapy is like working out at the gym...

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"We found a level for every patient we tried Aphasia Tutor with"
Peggy S., Speech-Language Pathologist, Duluth, MN

When you exercise, the goal is to work just hard enough to break a sweat and stress your muscles.  For that you need the right weight.

Not too easy...

...but not too hard.

(So it's not frustrating)

The key to success is to find the right challenge. Not too hard... not too easy.

That's exactly what Bungalow therapy software does....

Each Bungalow program has many difficulty levels and
  • Provides a therapeutic challenge, and
  • Lets the patient progress gradually to harder and harder tasks.

How to know if a program is appropriate
Bungalow Software is used around the world by leading speech therapy institutes.  But what really matters is that this patient  is challenged and stimulated by the programs.

Each program has several lessons of different difficulty.  You may need to try several lessons to find the appropriately challenging one. 

  1. Try the easiest (lowest) level.    This is always the first lesson in a Bungalow program.  If the user answers less than half correct then the user might be discouraged.  If so, then that program is too difficult for them. 
  2. Try the hardest (highest) level.   This will be the last lesson in a Bungalow program.  If the user answers more than 90% correct (on the first attempt for each question) then that program is probably too easy for the user.
  3. If the patient can do the easiest level, but doesn't get the hardest level 90% (or more) correct, then that program is an appropriate ("therapeutic") difficulty level for them. He/she can gradually progress through through the multiple difficulty levels up to the hardest level.

You can find the appropriate programs by using Bungalow's Product Finder

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Read success stories from stroke and brain injury survivors who used the Bungalow therapy programs.

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Aphasia

Aphasia Treatment    Aphasia Therapy   Speech   Reading Comprehension



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