This Ark’s Z-vibe is an oral probe designed by a speech and language pathologist, to provide oral motor stimulation to these SLP patients. Gently stimulates gums, palate and tongue with therapeutic vibration.
The Articulation Box is designed for children with Apraxia to develop speech sounds. This collection of objects represents 12 of the earliest developing speech sounds. It will involve children and make them want to talk.
The Carpeted Walker is a carpeted board added to a child's walker designed for children with lower extremity disabilities to keep their head up while using their walker. The carpeted board is added to the armrests of a child’s walker.
DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Computer Aided Stuttering Treatment (CAST) is a program that provides the user with feedback on aspects of speech that can be modified to reduce stuttering.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 05/2009) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Computer-Aided Fluency Establishment Trainer (CAFET) is a program designed to correct stuttering by giving the stutterer visual feedback on aspects of their speech.
Easy Talker is a story-workbook designed for children copping with stuttering. Addresses fluency disorders in students grades 3-12 with story-workbook activities for understanding and coping stuttering.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 3/2004) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. The Edinburgh Masker is a device designed to alleviate stuttering. The user wears a pair of earmolds that transmit a loud, low frequency that changes with the user's intonation.
The Learning Resources LER6801 Alphabet Soup Sorters, 209 Pieces is an educational game designed for students grades Pre-K and up with learning disabilities to support alphabet awareness by recognizing letter sounds and shapes.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 3/2004) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Designed specifically for the control of stuttering, the mini DAF is a wearable, battery operated solid state delayed auditory feedback instrument.