To get Cuespeak you need an iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch device which can be connected to the internet. Go to the App Store by clicking the button below. Download the app and follow the tutorial videos, found in the bottom left hand corner of the screen. The initial download is very small, about 40Mb. [...]
Cuespeak is free to download and use with a limited set of trial content. If you find Cuespeak useful, a licence can be purchased to unlock the full library of content to access all 10 therapy modules, including over 4,000 questions, 9,000 images and 2,500 articulation videos. Please refer to our pricing information for the [...]
At present Cuespeak is available only for iOS devices.
Cuespeak has been designed to run well in environments that don't have WiFi connections. Cuespeak will download all of the exercise questions and supporting images and sounds and store them on your device. This is recommended for users that want to run Cuespeak while on the move. If you know you will only use Cuespeak [...]
Since its beginnings in 2012, Cuespeak has always been developed in consultation with people with aphasia and trialled by a group of users. The app is constantly modified in response to this feedback.
Here is a selection of the literature which has informed the development of Cuespeak: Best W., Greenwood A, Grassly J, Hickin J. Bridging the gap: can impairment-based therapy for anomia have an impact at the psycho-social level? International Jornal of Language and Communication Disorders. 2008 Jul-Aug;43(4): 390-407. Boyle M. (2017) Semantic Treatments for Word and [...]
We are very grateful to the European Regional Development Fund and the Swindon & Wiltshire Health & Life Science Innovation Hub for funding a previous phase of development. The app is now funded by subscriptions.