Accessible News For People With Aphasia!!

THIS A POST FROM ARC FACEBOOK BY CAROL DOW-RICHARDS. AND IT’S REALLY EXCITING NEWS. I DIDN”T EVEN EDIT IT…

Topic: FREE Accessible News for People with Aphasia
Where?
On your computer – using the web.
On Apple Products.
On Androids too!
Who?
Everyone should have access to news! And this makes a great resource for speech therapists or aphasia groups too – as it has questions for comprehension (or discussion). I can’t wait to use it with my Aphasia Lunch Bunch Group in Las Vegas!
How?
How do you get your news? Many people with aphasia find it’s difficult to enjoy the daily news because television news anchors talk too quickly and print news articles are too long.
Lingraphica just announced its specialized news source called TalkPath News, made for adults with aphasia. With multiple categories of news, you can select what you want to read and follow along as articles are read aloud and highlighted.
You can test your comprehension by answering the questions at the end of every article – making it a great way to work on your skills and work on continued recovery. This is a GREAT app!
Cost? FREE!
You can use TalkPath News for free on the web at http://www.talkpathnews.com
or by downloading the free app from the App Store or Google Play.
TalkPath News is Lingraphica’s first Android app.
Here are the links. Apple. Android. Web.
Check this out!
TalkPath News for Apple products:
https://itunes.apple.com/…/lingraphica-talkpa…/id1019273875…
TalkPath News for Android products: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details…
TalkPath News on the Web: http://www.talkpathnews.com
Next?
We love this product!
Try it. Then share your thoughts with other ARC members.
Together – we can learn and share.
And now – you can CONNECT with the news.
Let others know about this GREAT product!
THANK YOU LINGRAPHICA TEAM.

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