INITIAL PHONEME CUING FOR APHASICS
Initial Phoneme Cuing for Aphasics is a cognitive skills tutorial program designed to teach aphasic clients initial letter recall. The program begins by providing keyboard practice, then three levels of operation follow, each with tutoring after errors. The first level requires the user to supply the first letter of the correct word from three words on the screen. The second level requires the user to supply only the correct letter when three choices are displayed. At the third level, the user supplies the first letter of the picture name in the absence of any clues. Eleven letters are used, each with unambiguous graphemic-phonemic correspondence. Each lesson is followed by a test to check mastery and transfer. Progress from each user is stored on the disk and is available as a report to the screen or a printer. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple IIc, Apple IIe, Apple IIGS, and IBM PC computers.
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This product record was updated on April 24, 2003.