I am a Speech-Language Pathologist in the US, working with geriatric patients. This app claims to be designed for aphasia (a language disorder, generally in the adult/geriatric population), but seems much more appropriate for expressive language disorders in children (which is characterized by children having difficulties forming language, but can pronounce speech sounds correctly). Regardless, if this app encourages practice to reach goals set by a trained/certified SLP, it is beneficial.
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January 2, 2019
Hello Amanda, Thank you so much for your review... Yeah we will consider your recommendation. Also it would be great if you can suggest us with your thoughts , that we need to further update the app.. can you please write us at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you are interested.. thanks again...
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no words at all. it's an amazing and ultimate app. I suggest the speech therapy clinics can use this app to train their patients and they can suggest. I like very much. hats off team bhavajeet... also I am seeing so many comments like adds.. adds.. I can say that, for play store apps, the only support and revenu will come from adds. and that too there is no those many adds.
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September 28, 2019
Thank you so much for review....You are true about ads...Thanks for your kind words...We wish this app will helps as many people...
Absolutely a good companion app for Broca's Aphasic patients. And For Kids a very good for learning, quizz time, and it helps a lot in nurturing them in education.
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