Apps for Children
More Therapy At Home
Speech Therapy Apps For Children
Giving You the Right Tools to Help Your Child’s Communication
Every parent wants the best for their child. When a child has speech, language or social communication difficulties, it can be very hard for them and for their parents. Speech therapy is important but practice at home between sessions is also key.
When you use Aptus Speech Therapy apps, you’ll be confident that you have reliable, engaging and motivating tools to help your child get the additional practice they need at home.
the right app for you
Our current range of speech and language therapy apps include:
apps for children with autism and social communication difficulties
apps for children with a language delay or disorder
apps for children with unclear speech and a fast speaking rate
apps for toddlers and children with speech sound delay, speech sound disorder
We make speech therapy apps to help children improve their speech and language skills in a fun, interactive and engaging way.
An articulation therapy app for toddlers and children with speech sound delay and speech sound disorder. Packed with a variety of fun articulation games and a flashcards activity. Practice at word, phrase and sentence level.
A social inferencing app: Pictures of real-life situations are ideal for working on inferencing skills. Inference Pics includes over 300 real-life inference pictures depicting events, conversations, thoughts, feelings, jobs, places and seasons.
Language therapy app: following directions, listening and reading comprehension at sentence level. Targets the concepts of size, colour, before/after, first/then.
Turtle Pacing Board
Fun speech pacing board with visual cues to help children with imprecise articulation and a fast rate of speech to pace their speech and improve their intelligibility in conversation.
A social inferencing app: Empathy Skills contains over 100 high-quality photos, depicting real-life inference scenarios. Each scenario has been carefully chosen to help the user become more aware of the feelings of others.