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continues what was started in therapy:

Self training with tablet or computer at home providing direct feedback through voice recognition technology for stroke patients

„... self training according to therapist specifications“

Stroke patients with Aphasia need high training intensity right at the beginning of their therapy, beginning at their stay in the clinic as well as during the subsequent treatment. Current studies show that positive effects of aphasia therapy can only be expected with continuous and regular language training.

With aphavox.easy, aphasia patients now have a web-based program for training support in self-training. Using end devices such as a tablet, aphavox.easy can be used wherever an online connection can be established. The key differentiator to established online training programs: Speech recognition software provides the patient appropriate real-time feedback on his statements. He can practice "real" naming in self-training without the support of a third person.

All self-training actions are recorded and documented for the therapist to review and react to if necessary in the next session.

Rechts eine Grafik mit Protokoll-Transfer zum Therapeuten

Why self-training using speech recognition?

The effectiveness of speech therapy largely depends on the training intensity and training specificity. High-frequency, difficulty-adapted naming training is therefore best suited for improving the naming performance. What is a matter of course for the sessions with the therapist is a great challenge for self-training. Who reports back to the patient whether a term was correct if no third person is available? And who makes sure that exercise material and difficulty are appropriate?

With the help of aphavox.easy with automatic speech recognition, patients now receive reliable feedback on their exercises. The therapist previously configures the tasks individually using the setting parameters of the program and tracks the training success using the therapy protocols.