****I absolutely love this app. It works for so many of my auditory comprehension and auditory processing students! This app has the ability to add background noise with a sliding volume lever! My students enjoy the basketball reward offered at short intervals which is very motivating. (Jasmine S. SLP)****
Auditory Workout is a comprehensive, built- around research auditory processing /VirtualSpeechCenter/appPreviews/AuditoryWorkout.mp4program for students with language delay or Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD) and is aimed to help students with their language comprehension skills, auditory processing and following directions.
Auditory Workout was created by a certified speech and language pathologist for students ages 4–12 who exhibit auditory processing disorders or other related disorders (e.g., receptive language disorder or autism). Auditory Workout focuses on improving auditory attention and memory and auditory processing of increasingly longer and complex verbal directions.
Auditory Workout includes over 1,000 listening exercises in the following categories:
- Basic Directions: 15 levels of difficulty
- Quantitative and Spatial Directions: 12 levels of difficulty
- Temporal Directions: 18 levels of difficulty
- Conditional Directions: 15 levels of difficulty
Reward Games included:
- Catch the ball game
Auditory Workout features:
- Thousands of pre-recorded audio exercises
- Beautiful graphics
- Reward games
- Detailed reporting
- Scoring and data tracking
- Group sessions (unlimited number of students)
- Ability to include different types of background noise during session
- Ability to control intensity of background noise
- Ability to randomize directions
- Ability to change correct and incorrect sounds
- Ability to turn on auto-scoring
- Ability to turn off audio directions so speech therapists can give their own instructions
- Replay of directions
- Email results
- Change settings
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Ratings and Reviews
It Has It All & Is Research Based!
I love that this application works on multiple goals and you can use it with multiple clients at a time with data collection. Sometimes, with all that it features, it can get a bit overwhelming. That can be a blessing or a curse depending on how much time you spend prior to a session setting it up. I always spend a lot of time researching and trialing an application prior to using it with a client, so it gets easier the more you use it. What I love about this application is that it works on following different types of directions and gets progressively more difficult by adding additional concepts. In addition, you can add background noise.
One thing I really like that changed from the last version is that there are now two different reward games that a user can play! I would probably play either game with older or younger students. There are also more settings, but I still am not sure why there is an option to enable/disable audio since this is an auditory-specific application.
Love this app
I absolutely love this app. It works for so many of my auditory comprehension and auditory processing students! The 4 groups provide up to 12 level activities in each area and more than one student can work on the app during the same session. This app has the ability to add background noise with a sliding volume lever! Each prompt requires the student to wait to respond until the complete prompt is given which helps with impulsive students. My students enjoy the basketball reward offered at short intervals which is very motivating. I am so happy with this app that I often recommend it to my co-workers.
I LOVE using this app. I loves how it breaks down the skills so you can target only one concept at a time. I only with there was an option to randomize the directions when targeting multiple levels. Also, I wish it had 2 and 3 step directions for the levels (or that it said in each description) off it were 2 or 3 step. I'd also like to see more crisp, primary colors used. One student pressed, what I thought was correct, the "blue" bike. It turns out that bike wasn't blue in the eyes of the app I'm guessing it was "green". This was confusing for both me and my student.
Overall, great way to breakdown each skill and teach them!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.