SmallTalk Pain Scale
Designed for people with aphasia, apraxia, or dysarthria, SmallTalk Pain Scale provides a vocabulary of pictures that talk in a natural human voice.
SmallTalk Pain Scale contains pain descriptions and images from the Wong-Baker Faces Pain Scale.
This app will allow you to communicate your level and type of pain to family members, caregivers, and health-care providers.
iOS devices running iOS 4.0 or 4.1 should upgrade to 4.2 before downloading this app.
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SmallTalk Aphasia: Words and phrases to use in everyday situations, such as shopping, a doctor’s appointment, phone conversations, or emergencies.
SmallTalk Dysphagia: Phrases to communicate your swallowing needs.
SmallTalk Oral Motor Exercises: Exercises to strengthen the oral musculature.
SmallTalk Conversational Phrases: Words and phrases commonly used in conversations.
SmallTalk Daily Activities: Words and phrases related to Activities of Daily Living, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and leisure.
SmallTalk Intensive Care: Words and phrases patients can communicate to medical providers in the ICU.
SmallTalk Pain Scale: Pain descriptions and images from the Wong-Baker Faces Pain Scale.
SmallTalk Phonemes: Speech-exercises videos for all English phonemes.
SmallTalk Consonant Blends: Speech-exercise videos for consonant blends, such as “bl” and “str.”
SmallTalk Common Phrases: Speech-exercise videos for common phrases, such as greetings, conversational phrases, and aphasia-oriented phrases.
SmallTalk Days, Months, Dates: Speech-exercise videos for the days of the week, months of the year, and ordinal numbers 1st through 31st.
SmallTalk Letters, Numbers, Colors: Speech-exercise videos for the alphabet, numbers 1–20, and primary colors.
Minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Great for being overwhelmed
I use a fancy AAC app (Compass by Dynavox) but sometimes I'm to overwhelmed to find what I want to say. I love these because even on my worst times it's a little easier to communicate. Even if all I want to do is say I'm in pain, and the doctors ask me of that a lot.
I like this app for what it does, though that is not really saying much. It shows a faces pain scale that a patient can touch to indicate their level of pain. But why does it take so long for the app to load. I'm now using a simple screen shot that I have saved in my photos. Seriously, Facebook opens faster.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.