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Constant Therapy

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Constant Therapy is an award winning speech therapy app for people recovering from stroke, traumatic brain injury, or who have aphasia, dementia and other speech-language disorders. The app can be used to improve speech, language, cognition, memory, reading, attention and comprehension skills with 65 categories of tasks, over 60,000 stimuli, and 10 difficulty levels.

Constant Therapy was designed by scientists at Boston University, has won awards from American Stroke Association and AARP, and is recommended by speech language pathologists, neurologists and occupational therapists. Exercises are specifically customized for each person's unique needs - so the program adapts to your progress every day.

Recent research published in Frontiers in Neuroscience shows that stroke and brain injury survivors using Constant Therapy showed significant improvement in standardized tests and got an average of 4 hours extra therapy per week.

Patients or individuals can use Constant Therapy independently at home, or with their clinician. Clinicians, educators and researchers can use the program with multiple clients, set up homework and monitor patients' progress to make better clinical decisions.

A free trial of up to 30 days is available for patients / individuals. No payment information is required to start the trial. Scholarship programs allow us to provide some support for individuals with financial hardships.

Constant Therapy is free for clinicians, educators and researchers in one-on-one therapy sessions with their clients.

Users can continue progress after the trial with a monthly subscription of $19.99 / month or annual subscription of $199.99 / year. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase.

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