react2.com includes over 8,000 graded exercises that are divided into 5 modules and cover a broad spectrum of speech and language therapy tasks: auditory processing, visual processing, semantics, memory/sequencing and life skills.
The large and comprehensive auditory processing module is split into four distinct sections, which include listening to environmental sounds and spoken voices. It has a range exercises, starting with matching sounds to pictures, progressing to understanding paragraphs and video conversations.
Identifying environmental sounds, minimal pairs (e.g. pat, bat), rhyming words, identifying same/different real and non-real words and where a sound has been changed.
Listening to a spoken word to identify the correct noun, verb or adjective.
Listening to and identifying phrases and sentences, judging whether sentences are semantically or grammatically correct and understanding and paragraphs.
Watching video clips of conversations (factual and some containing inference) and then answering questions to check understanding.
The visual processing module has three sections featuring full colour images, Mayer Johnson symbols, and specially commissioned illustrations. Exercises have a variety of stimuli and different ways of interacting. It contains exercises ranging from the most basic level of matching letters of the alphabet, word building to understanding complex paragraphs.
Includes matching of shapes, pictures, symbols, letters of the alphabet, numbers and words of increasing length.
Targets matching words to pictures and pictures to words, matching sentences to pictures and pictures to sentences, judging whether sentences are semantically and grammatically correct, and understanding paragraphs, which are both factual and contain inference.
Completing words by adding missing letter(s), re-arranging letters to form words, selecting and re-arranging syllables to form polysyllabic words, with and without a picture stimulus.
Semantics contains over 1,700 exercises across eight distinct sections, ranging from simple association of pictures to more complex word-finding tasks. The module also includes tasks for understanding a variety of concepts.
Associations of pictures and words by choosing the odd one out
Selecting pictures or words, to indicate the semantic relationship between them.
A range of topics to classifying pictures and words, e.g. animals, people, transport, etc.
Select the correct pictorial scene associated with specific items (pictures and words) – e.g. things to go in a kitchen, farm, etc.
Selecting a picture to show understanding of concepts such as “not hot”, etc.
Understanding concepts such as prepositions, size, colour, shape, number, etc.
Works on concepts such as antonyms, synonyms and homonyms and selecting correct noun to complete spoken “build up clues” e.g. you write with a ….(pen); selecting correct written word in answer to a written question about the use of an object.#
The memory / sequencing module has two sections: memory and memory/sequencing. It is designed to work on recalling a list of items heard by selecting them from a list and helps to improve short-term memory skills. The lists range from just a few to many items.
Remembering an increasing number of items in any order from a list.
Remembering an increasing number of items in the correct sequence.
Life skills has a wide range of exercises to deal with practical issues such as handling money, time, functional reading and pragmatics.
Recognising coins, matching spoken/written amounts, calculating costs, calculating change, problem solving.
Matching clock face to time, setting hour and minute hands.
Add/subtract hours and minutes.
Days, months, years – selecting correct one in answer to a question.
A range of exercises to give practice in understanding or following recipes, menus, timetables, calendars, bills, adverts, labels, traffic signs, etc.
Using a variety of stimuli, including video and audio clips, this section contains exercises to work on understanding intonation; working out feelings; understanding what is actually meant when idioms are used; tasks to work out how to get a message across by selecting what to say in a given situation; decision making; deciding what to do when given a scenario.
react2.com online speech therapy software has been of benefit to adults and children with speech learning difficulties. This may be as a result of aphasia after stroke, brain injury or head trauma or autism - whatever the reason, we have seen the positive transformation our speech therapy activities have made on many people's lives.
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