Princeton, New Jersey (January 7, 2022). Lingraphica, maker of the Lingraphica® speech-generating device for aphasia, announces the release of four new SmallTalk apps on the Apple App store.

Designed for people with aphasia, an impairment in the ability to use language, these apps provide a vocabulary of pictures that talk in a natural human voice.

Our New SmallTalk Apps:

SmallTalk Conversational Phrases: words and phrases commonly used in conversations, such as greetings, responses, requests, and statements about well-being.
SmallTalk Daily Activities: words and phrases related to the activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and leisure.
SmallTalk Pain Scale: pain descriptions and images from the Wong-Baker FACES pain scale.
SmallTalk Intensive Care: words and phrases patients can use to communicate with medical providers in the ICU.
The Rest of the SmallTalk Family:

Other Lingraphica apps available on the Apple App store are SmallTalk Aphasia Female; SmallTalk Aphasia Male; SmallTalk Dysphagia; SmallTalk Oral Motor Exercises; SmallTalk Phonemes; SmallTalk Consonant Blends; SmallTalk Common Phrases; SmallTalk Days, Months, Dates; and SmallTalk Letters, Numbers, Colors.

Lingraphica’s chief executive officer, Andrew Gomory, is delighted to be offering additional SmallTalk apps for use on the iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad. “These SmallTalk apps provide affordable communication solutions,” said Mr. Gomory. “We are pleased to be able to offer our growing family of apps to aid people with their day to day activities.”

Lingraphica-The Aphasia Company™ is the leading provider of speech-generating devices for people whose ability to speak or understand words has been impaired by a stroke or brain injury. With the Lingraphica they can communicate with picture icons that speak words and phrases in a natural human voice, or they can practice speech using videos and language exercises. The Lingraphica is Medicare reimbursable. It is available for a no-obligation trial. For more information call 888-APHASIA (888-274-2742) or visit