Constant Therapy

3.9
763 reviews
100K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Constant Therapy is an award-winning speech, language, and cognitive therapy app designed to help people with aphasia, dementia, and other speech and neurological disorders caused by stroke or brain injuries. To date, tens of thousands of users have completed over 180 million evidence-based therapy exercises using Constant Therapy.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

• Try before you subscribe with a free 14-day trial
• Practice speech, memory, reading, math, attention, comprehension, and many other everyday skills anytime, anywhere
• Choose your rehabilitation goals and the app delivers personalized tasks to help you get there
• See your progress in real time on your performance dashboard
• Access a library of frequently-updated, evidence-based exercises developed by neuroscientists and clinicians
• Get the most out of Constant Therapy with live, one-on-one help from our Customer Support team
• Use independently at home or pair the app with cognitive and speech therapy you’re already doing in a clinic (even add your clinician so they can monitor your progress)

THE SCIENCE BEHIND CONSTANT THERAPY

Constant Therapy was designed by clinicians and scientists at Boston University and has won awards from the American Stroke Association and AARP. It’s recommended by speech-language pathologists, neurologists, occupational therapists, and clinicians at hospitals, clinics, and rehabilitation facilities everywhere.

In a study of post-stroke rehabilitation therapy published in Frontiers in Neurology, outcomes were compared among patients who used tablet-based therapy at home independently and those who completed the same therapy in a clinic under the guidance of a clinician. The study found tablet-based home users mastered skills in a shorter time and practiced therapy more frequently than clinic-only users. Nearly one third of users who made gains were 71 years old or more, and the oldest was 97 years old.*

SIGN UP FOR CONSTANT THERAPY

• Try before you subscribe with a free 14-day trial
• Users can choose from monthly or annual subscription plans after that

CONTACT US

• Email: support@constanttherapy.com
• Web: constanttherapyhealth.com/constant-therapy/
• Privacy Policy: constanttherapyhealth.com/privacy/
• Terms of Use: constanttherapyhealth.com/term/


* Study published in Frontiers in Neurology, “Comparison of Therapy Practice at Home and in the Clinic: A Retrospective Analysis of the Constant Therapy Platform Data Set,” found at https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fneur.2019.00140/full


** Constant Therapy does not provide rehabilitation services and does not guarantee improvements in brain function. Constant Therapy provides tools for self-help and tools for patients to work with their clinicians.
Updated on
Dec 16, 2021

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3.9
763 reviews
A Google user
October 14, 2018
Went thru the baseline activities. Then was asked if I wanted to subscribe. Since I had no info on what subscription would entitle me to, plus no idea how much it would cost, I chose subscribe. But the page wouldn't load. Waited about 3 mins then X'd out of the app. I believe the app could help me, but I'm most likely out of the game because I'm on a very tight fixed income (disability).
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A Google user
November 5, 2018
The app starts by asking you to identify whether an object in a picture contains a specific sound. The first picture is of two quails. The question is, does the object in the picture contain the sound "d". If a person looks at that picture and interprets it to be "birds", then yes, it does contain a "d" sound but that answer is marked as incorrect. The next section asks you to listen to a word and repeat it back. First word seemed to be "toe". How well this part will work is going to depend on the capabilities of the users device and not so much on how well they hear or repeat. It seems that this app has the potential to be unnecessarily discouraging for those who use it.
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J
May 17, 2022
Nice app and I recommend it, but right now it's too pricey for me. A lot of work has gone into this and you have real, responsive people supporting this app and assisting. That CAN'T come for free. If things weren't tight right now, I'd be using it. I recommend this app.
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What's new

- Improve user interface on some tasks to make it easier for patients to indicate they’ve completed the task.
- Enable patients to securely invite a clinician to connect to their account by email invitation.
- Improve functionality that connects patients with their clinicians, if they have one, so that it’s more secure and faster.