SPEECH
THERAPY
APPS

For speech pathologists
adult patients
and parents

Innovative speech therapy apps

FUN
FLEXIBLE
RESEARCH BASED

Fun and engaging apps
built by speech pathologists

Engaging apps for speech therapists

COMPREHENSIVE CONTENT
MOTIVATIONAL GAMES
DETAILED REPORTING

Over 40 apps
for various
speech and language goals

Speech and language therapy apps

Speech Therapy Apps

Virtual Speech Center offers innovative speech therapy apps for schools, private practices, independent speech pathologists and parents. We offer a wide range of mobile applications for speech therapy developed for IPad and IPhone devices. Some of our apps are offered at no charge to speech pathologists. Virtual Speech Center is a pioneer in taking speech and language therapy apps to the next level by incorporating games as reward components. The games featured in our apps include puzzles, board games, and games with sports and carnival themes. Our apps can be purchased individually, in bundles or with TheraApp subscription.

Virtual Speech Center's Apps
  • Aphasia
  • Apraxia
  • Articulation
  • Auditory Processing
  • Concepts
  • Following Directions
  • Language
  • Memory
  • Phonology
  • Reading
  • Reasoning
  • Social Skills
  • Syntax
  • Vocabulary
  • Wh-questions
  • Word Retrieval
Popular Speech Therapy Blog Posts

2/3/2016

Compensatory Strategies for Central Auditory Processing Disorder

By Beata Klarowska, M.S. CCC-SLP

Children and adults with central auditory processing disorder (CAPD) exhibit difficulty processing information presented verbally resulting in difficulties in language comprehension, following directions, and discriminating differences or similarities among speech sounds. CAPD makes learning new information very challenging. Learning a new word, as well as spelling and reading are also affected by CAPD.

11/3/2014

15 ways of using leaves in speech and language therapy

By Beata Klarowska, M.S. CCC-SLP

I went for a walk in the park last weekend and was inspired by all the beautiful leaves. I thought of many different speech and language activities that I could use in speech and language therapy using leaves. Here are some of my ideas.

11/4/2015

Must have apps for articulation, phonology and apraxia of speech

By Beata Klarowska, M.S. CCC-SLP

Virtual Speech Center developed number of apps targeting articulation, phonology and apraxia of speech. Here is the list of our apps.

8/7/2014

Must have APPS for following directions/receptive language

By Beata Klarowska, M.S. CCC-SLP

Following verbal directions is essential for successful academic performance and it is quite a challenge for children with various communicative disorders such as Central Auditory Processing Disorder, Autism or language delay.

1/25/2016

Encouraging Language Skills Through Singing

By Beata Klarowska, M.S. CCC-SLP

Singing helps children with language acquisition, memory, phonetic awareness, and reading.

1/5/2016

10 Ways of Using the Musical Preschool Toy to Stimulate Language and Social Skills

By Beata Klarowska, M.S. CCC-SLP

The Musical Preschool toy is a great tool for stimulating language and social skills in both typically developing children and children with language delays and disorders.

8/4/2015

Activities and Tips on Teaching Colors

By Beata Klarowska, M.S. CCC-SLP

Colors are among the most difficult and abstract concepts for young children to learn. Teaching colors requires a lot of patience and the understanding that not all children will learn these concepts at the same pace. However, most preschool children do demonstrate an understanding of colors. Below are some tips on teaching colors.

7/1/2015

Summer Activities Stimulating Language (words, listening and sentences)

By Beata Klarowska, M.S. CCC-SLP

Summer is probably the most favorite season for kiddos as it is time filled with sun, fun and water. Who doesn’t like summer—splashing in water or drinking iced lemonade? Summer offers many great outdoor opportunities for language stimulation and expansion, especially for children who really need to continue with their speech and language therapy.