Designed for people with weak mouth, tongue, and lip muscles and/or poor oral coordination, SmallTalk Oral Motor Exercises contains videos illustrating cheek, tongue, palate, lip, and jaw exercises that help strengthen the oral musculature.
SmallTalk Oral Motor Exercises is easy to use and provides focused, effective rehabilitation. Because each exercise comes as an individual video, you can focus on just the exercises you need and repeat them as many times as you like.
SmallTalk Oral Motor Exercises was created by Lingraphica and authored by Elizabeth Begley, MA, CCC-SLP, and Mary Pitti, MS, CCC-SLP.
Prior to starting any new treatment, you should always seek the advice of your physician or other health-care provider on any questions or concerns you may have regarding your specific medical condition.
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My mother suffered a massive stroke ad has both aphasia and apraxia. We bought her an iPad for her birthday and its working well for her, but we really wish that these apps could be universal as the larger screen of the iPad is more convenient for her to use
Great APP for speech therapy
This is an excellent APP for oral motor exercises. It would be even better if the was a way to score the clients progress. During the next update please add a scoring chart of some kind. Thanks!
This is a useful app for teaching oral motor movements. It also provides a solid base for a home exercise program; however, it glitches EVERY TIME it is opened and then shuts itself down after one exercise. Please update the software for this great app!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.