How to use the iPad for Auditory Feedback When Doing Articulation Therapy

I do home health and I have a 12 year old female as a patient. She is diagnosed with Fragile X syndrome.

I was wondering if the iPad could be used like one would use a tape recorder and provide auditory feedback so she could listen to herself speak
and hear her errors.

Is there an App for that? If so, how do I get it and use the app?

Thanks.

Jenny, SLP

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Jan 14, 2014
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Audio Memos Works Great for Me
by: Luke from HomeSpeechHome

Hi Jenny,

Thanks for posting this here.

I apologize that I didn't answer you via email, I guess I didn't fully understand your question.

I have used a free app called Audio Memos that allows me to record student's/clients voices for auditory feedback.

I have a link to Audio Memos in a post I made about free apps every SLP should have. You can access it here...

http://www.home-speech-home.com/21-free-apps-for-speech-therapy.html

If you can't click on the link, just copy and paste it into your web browser.

Sincerely,

Luke from HomeSpeechHome

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