Nicht speziell dafür konzipiert, aber eine große Hilfe für manche Aphasie-PatientInnen. Eine Art Schreibprogramm mit praktischer Hilfe. Use existing text to make your own new piece of creative writing in four simple stages: choose, erase, arrange and share.
MakeWrite was co-designed by and for people with aphasia (a language difficulty following brain injury). It offers an accessible way for anyone to create and share texts.
Here’s how it works:
1. Choose > Select a piece of writing to use as your starting point – either from the choose screen or pasted from your iPad’s clipboard.
2. Erase > Automatically erase most words from the text to reveal a small set of words for you to work with. Adjust the settings and re-run the erase step until you find a set of words you are happy with.
3. Arrange > Arrange the remaining words to make a new piece of writing.
4. Share > Share your creation with others via the apps on your iPad.
Der Token Test als Bewertungsgrundlage für das Sprachverständnis und die Merkspanne kurzer Instruktionen. Token Test focuses on the quantification of the receptive function and short-term verbal memory of aphasics. The application is intended for professionals, particularly speech therapists, neurologists, neuropsychologists and psychologists. It contains two variations of the test, for children and adults, based on the study: The Token Test: A sensitive test to detect receptive disturbances in aphasics, De Renzi E., Vignolo LA., Brain 1962; 85:665-678.