Pacing board for motor speech and fluency impairments such as apraxia of speech, stuttering, and hypokinetic dysarthria in Parkinson's disease. Pacing boards are commonly used for individuals who need a visual cue to separate words or syllables in order to modulate rate.
The traditional paper or wood pacing board, updated for the iPad. This app includes multiple configurable board layouts, adjustable button change time, a hands-free "automatic" mode (for individuals with motor impairments that prevent button pressing) and metronome auditory cueing.
Interface improvements - when set to delay colour change (for cueing slow speech), the button will fade slightly to indicate it has been pressed. When the desired time is reached, it will change colour.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.