SpeechBox iPad Edition Giveaway! [Winner Announced!]

We’re stuck at home today because of the snow and thought it would be a great idea to run a Giveaway of SpeechBox! We’ve setup a rafflecopter for ONE copy of the SpeechBox iPad Edition – a $19.99 value for one lucky winner! There’s lots of ways to enter. If you’d rather just download SpeechBox today, visit hereGood luck!

And the winner is….

a Rafflecopter giveaway


  1. Holly

    I would use this with my son! My older daughter has apraxia and even though he hasn’t been diagnosed with it yet, he is speech delayed and seems to be following the same patterns as my daughter. I think this app would be great for him! Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

  2. Meryl Harris

    This looks like a great app to use with my Apraxia kids on my caseload. It will keep them motivated while improving their artic!

  3. Guest

    Would love to try this app with my son! Thanks for the giveaway!

  4. Guest

    This looks like an awesome app! My son is 7 with apraxia and would certianly benefit from this app.

  5. Laurie

    Would love to be able to use this with my kids. Thanks!

  6. Debbie P

    Would love to use it with my son, I think it would benefit him at home and school!

  7. Ann Mercer West

    This looks like an awesome app! My son is 7 and has Down syndrome and autism. He would certianly benefit from this app.

  8. Lisa Neely

    I would use it to help with articulation with my son, and I believe he would benefit from the “real” photos and the use of the different sound placement within the folders.

  9. Juanita Harman Roach

    I have been wanting this app for awhile now. I have read the reviews and think that my 4 year old would benefit greatly from it.

  10. April Ebrecht Maki

    I have had this on my wish list for awhile. My daughter is largely echolalic but when she does speak on her own, it’s often very muddled. I’d love to help her improve the quality of speech. The more we can understand, the more she’ll be likely to want to keep on talking.

  11. Mallory

    My daughter is having early intervention with her speech right now, and her therapist told me to look for fun ways to help work with her and I think this app would be great! She loves to do flashcards, but ends up chewing them up.

  12. Valerie Maples

    This looks like a great app. My daughter’s helper has three kids with speech issues. The oldest is deaf and the other two never had good modeling, so this would be a fun way to improve and more interactive than straight flashcards and drilling.

  13. Becca

    Love this! What an innovative and exciting way to support all the kids who struggle to communicate!

  14. Kelly H.

    Need this app

  15. Stacie Junio

    This would be such a great tool for my son w/severe Autism. Limited speech…mainly echolalic.

  16. Mary

    I like that SpeechBox is customisable and easy to use. I would give the code to my sons Speech and Language Therapist, so many others could benefit from SpeechBox.

  17. Jean

    This app would be a wonderful addition to my iPad. It would allow me to have an additional tool to work with the students on my caseload. I have heard wonderful things about the app from other professionals.

  18. Sandy Ellie

    Several of the children I work with would benefit from this. I could tailor it to each child’s individual needs!

  19. Ann Forell

    I work with infants & toddlers in their homes. I would love to have this speech app to share with my parents!

  20. Rita Cruse

    This app looks wonderfully versatile. I would love to be able to use it with my caseload.

  21. Laurie Hill

    I am an SLP and will use it with MANY clients! Love it!

  22. Laura Johnson

    I’m an ESE teacher this would be a blessing in my classroom!

  23. Pam Dollar

    I will use it with my son who has autism and introduce other parents to it through my trainings.

  24. Paula Townsend

    I can see so many uses! I love that kids can record themselves and that you can make a box for separate students/groups.

  25. Kelly Maxwell

    I think speechbox looks awesome. I’d use it with my students.

  26. Becky Chambers

    My 2.5 yo has apraxia, and I am always looking for ways to help him practice speech. 🙂

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