Cue Name - Objects 4+

Aphasia Talks

Designed for iPad

    • 5.0 • 1 Rating
    • $4.99



Cue Name targets naming skills for adults with aphasia, apraxia, and dementia.
This app is designed for ease of use for busy clinicians to address confrontation naming, responsive naming, repetition, oral reading and more with a variety of clients.

Designed by a SLP with 30 years of experience with clients post-stroke, noting that a word-finding goal is a component of most aphasia treatment plans. Cue Name is designed with 3 complexity levels (simple, moderate, complex) and 3 assisted cues (first letter, full printed word, and verbal model) to be SMART goal ready.
For example: The client will improve confrontation naming of moderate level objects to enable communication of wants and needs to 80% with minimal assist within 4 weeks.

The clear, uncluttered interface is optimized for people with aphasia to successfully navigate the app independently. Letter, word and audio cued assists are readily available as needed for success. The slides are untimed, the audio model can be played repeatedly, and the printed word remains on the screen once revealed.

Cue Name (Objects) contains 500+ photo images. Cue Name (Actions) has 160+ images. Both apps contain multi-cultural imagery, working towards goals for cultural awareness and inclusion.

Available in 6 languages: English, Spanish, Hindi, Mandarin Chinese, Filipino, and Brazilian Portuguese, with more languages to be added with app updates.

Optimized for use as an accompaniment to speech-language therapy, this app is recommended for carryover for home practice as research supports that further gains can be achieved with more intensive, daily practice (Lavoie et al. 2017, Brady et al. 2016). This app can also serve to extend language practice beyond the subacute rehab period with EBP research supporting continued gains with independent work (Zheng et al. 2016).

* No ads.
* No subscriptions.
* No in-app purchases.
* No collection of data for privacy purposes.

What’s New

Version 1.3.3

This update includes Filipino and (Brazilian) Portuguese languages added in the Settings.

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

Gweissman ,

Cue- Name

Speaking from the point of view of an SLP that works with this population, I love the simplicity and ease of use for the client. Love the clear, real photographs! A much needed addition!
Thank you

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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