Easy to use and customizable with over 700 pictures.

  • Designed to be simple

    Begin working fast. No complex menu choices or setup.

  • Over 700 vivid pictures

    Beautiful, life-like, easy to identify pictures that a child will engage with.

  • Fully customizable

    Add custom boxes, word prompts, even pictures from your camera or photo library.

Product Feature
  • Share custom boxes

    Unique to SpeechBox is the ability to share a custom box with anyone you’d like.

  • Record custom prompts

    Use your own voice or child’s voice to record custom prompts.

  • Simple words

    The majority of the over 700 words are simple, one syllable words.

Main features

Overview

SpeechBox™ is an Award Winning iPad (and NOW iPhone/iPod Touch) app designed to work with Children with Apraxia of Speech, Autism, Down’s Syndrome, and other Speech Language disorders. Parents, Educators, Speech Therapists, etc. can work with Children and practice speaking simple words in a beautiful interface with engaging colorful pictures.

Within moments of opening the app you can get started practicing. There are no complex menus to navigate through before being presented with the pictures. You simply tap on a box, and it displays it’s contents. Selecting a picture is as moving around the pictures and tapping on the one you wish to view. When you are done with the picture you can swipe to remove it from the box or pinch it to put it back in the box.

Not only can you work with the over 700 beautiful retina quality pictures, but you can add your own pictures using the iPad’s camera or photo library. Now you can add pictures of friends, family and other common objects the child can practice with.

Over 700 pictures
Retina graphics & pictures
Add your own pictures
Add custom Boxes
Parental lock option
Share custom boxes
Record custom prompts
US/UK/AUS Prompts

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A basic overview / tutorial of SpeechBox.



An epic promotional video.



A simple promotional video.

Testimonials

"I work with a range of ages, from Early Intervention through developmentally challenged students in high school. And I must say, it has become one of my ‘go to’ tools for many of the children in my practice. I highly recommend it."

Cynthia James, M.A. CCC-SLP, Midland Park, NJ


"I was able to pick up the app and instantly use it to drill my little girl on all three /k/ sets.  SpeechBox worked beautifully and exactly as intended.  She enjoyed the pictures and interface.  It is the only speech therapy app I have found to be that useful with my daughter. Best speech therapy app I’ve laid hands on so far."


"Students with Apraxia require such repetitive practice in order to learn the motor movements for speech, making it very important to select words that kids will practically use throughout their day. SpeechBox has done just that. With beautiful pictures and a very thoughtful approach to selecting target words, SpeechBox is able to go beyond your typical articulation app in meeting the needs of children with diverse speech challenges."

Katherine Kelley, M.A., CCC-SLP (Tech SLP Blogger)


"I have reviewed many apps and have tons and tons of apps on our iPad. Simply put, this app is my all time favorite!!! Hands down, I love it! And I cannot thank iPhone-and-iPad-app-developer-Dad (who also has a child with a speech and language disorder) for designing an app like this!"

Apraxia Mom Blogger (Click to view the full Review)


"SpeechBox is a user-friendly app containing high resolution photos for practicing 20 articulation sounds and 10 categories. [I]t is a FABULOUS value and highly recommended. I like the fact that you can add your own boxes too. I create CV, CVCV, and ACTION boxes within minutes utilizing the extensive picture inventory in this app. I like the option of making my own recordings for increasing phrase length as well. Format is unique – when a box is opened, all the pictures load on the page . Child and/or adult can move pics around and tap the pic. I love the simplicity of this app – it’s self- explanatory. My students liked tapping on the picture, imitating the word and swiping the picture off the screen."

Ricki Block, MS, CCC-SLP (Click to view the full Review)


 

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