Question Therapy Lite: 2-in-1

Version: 1.07 | Cost: Entirely Free

Level 3 - Condition Management
Country: CA
Category: Aphasia, Stroke/Transient Ischaemic Attack, Stutter/Stammer
Released: 12/11/2013
Updated: 13/02/2019
Version: 1.07
Size: 42mb
Developer: Tactus Therapy Solutions Ltd.
Reviewed On: 03/11/2019
This App achieved an ORCHA score of 80%.

It was assessed as a Level 3 App. These apps can be focused on general health or supporting specific health conditions. They may collect data and they may have a number of more advanced features. Where they collect data we assess their data use policies and compliance with relevant standards. Because they are health focused we also assess their compliance in the Clinical Effectiveness as well as the User Experience domains.

This App does collect data and it is therefore assessed and scored based on its performance in all the sections of our review.

Data Privacy
20.5/30
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Clinical Assurance
38.8/45
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User Experience
20.6/25
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Developer description
Two amazing apps in one! Try Question Therapy for FREE! Question Therapy Lite combines Answering Therapy Lite & Asking Therapy Lite in a free trial of the app Question Therapy 2-in-1. "Question Therapy is the answer!" - Teachers with Apps "4.5 Stars! A Must Have for SLPs!" - Smart Apps for Kids "Brilliant!" - The Appy Ladies App 1) ANSWERING THERAPY LITE - yes/no & wh-questions - personal orientation questions - custom questions (limited in Lite version) Understanding & answering question is a common goal for both children with special needs & adults with acquired communication impairments (aphasia, brain injury). No other app available works on both Yes/No & Wh- questions (8 different types!), nor will you find one that lets you add personalized questions! With a simple personal survey, this app will work on personal orientation questions automatically, verifying knowledge of the user's personal data along with the current date & time! Use with a loved one at home or with clients in a therapy setting with equal ease. App 2) ASKING THERAPY LITE - learn to ask yes/no & wh- questions - discover, clarify, request & more! - 3 response modes to accommodate all users Answering questions is a crucial skill, but people are naturally inquisitive & want to learn more about the world around them. Finally, there's a tool to practice ASKING questions! Learn how asking questions will get you certain types of answers; ask properly-formed yes/no questions in 8 different verb tenses; ask for clarification using Wh questions (who, what, where, when, why); spin the wheels to ask questions of every type! Both apps feature: *user profiles (up to 4 in Lite version, unlimited in the ?paid app) *automated data tracking & storage *built-in hints *emailed progress notes *audio for every question & answer for non-readers *intuitive user interface *so many settings for customization *high-quality automated & recorded voices *motivating answers & performance markers *age-free design is clean, distraction-free & respectful *a sample of the 900+ stimuli in the full version Question Therapy will amaze you with how much language it elicits as users repeat, guess answers, try each option & gain confidence in conversation! Try these evidence-based apps for yourself with the free Lite version, then give your clients or family members the full tools they need to succeed! NO in-app purchases, NO personal data collection, NO ads for outside products & links can be deactivated.
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We have identified that this App provides the following key features

General Information
The App provides general information or guidance
Social Support Networks
The App has its own or provides access to social networks relevant to its area of focus
Goal Setting and Gamification
The App allows users to set health and wellbeing related goals and may support games and challenges around achieving that
Data Sharing
The App allows users to share information in the App with others or other Apps/Systems
Wellbeing Tracking
The App allows users to record relevant wellbeing information either manually or automatically using connected Apps or devices
WHAT DO WE LOOK FOR?

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Data Collection

The data collected about users isn't capable of identifying that it relates to you

The type of data that it collects isn't classified as sensitive data.

Data Use

The App doesn't state that it won't share user data in any way with other people without the user's consent.

The App doesn't allow users to share information in the App with other Apps, systems, organisations or users.

Data Security

The App doesn't encrypt the information it collects to make it safe from other people as it is transferred from the App.

The App doesn't encrypt the information it collects to make it safe from other people as it is retained by the the developer.

WHAT DO WE LOOK FOR?

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Professional Assurance

It was clear from our review that a suitably qualified professional or organisation was involved in the Apps development.

It wasn't clear from our review how regularly the advice and guidance given by the App was reviewed and updated by relevant professionals.

WHAT DO WE LOOK FOR?

This Review Area looks at how an App has been designed to support the overall user experience. This includes its availability on both primary platforms, how customisable the App is, how well it caters for end users with different capabilities and needs – such as visual or other impairments – how content is managed, how well supported the App is and what it costs. This area also looks at overall User Review scores from both platforms.

Testing

It wasclear from our review that the App had been through end user testing as part of its design and development.

Customisation

The App does provide customisable features.

End user capacity

The App does provide support for users with poor sight.

The App does provide support for users with hearing difficulties.

Support

The App doesn't appear to have a clear approach to dealing with user issues.

Cost

The App is entirely free to use.

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Scores below 45% indicate that an App has considerable issues or challenges and in its current form is potentially unhelpful or unsafe.

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