Constant Therapy

Constant Therapy

By Constant Therapy, Inc.

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2012-12-14
  • Current Version: 4.8
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 76.44 MB
  • Developer: Constant Therapy, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 395 Ratings


Constant Therapy is an award-winning cognitive and speech app, which as part of a healthy lifestyle may help people cope with stroke, traumatic brain injury, or who have aphasia, dementia and other speech-language disorders. The app can be used to practice speech, language, cognition, memory, reading, attention and comprehension skills with more than 75 task categories, over 100,000 exercises, and 10 difficulty levels. Patient / Individual Benefits: - Use personalized exercises at home or with your clinician. - Get up to 4 times more practice, with immediate feedback on progress. - Pairs perfectly with in clinic cognitive and speech therapy. Clinician Benefits: - Customize evidence-based exercises for all your clients. - Enable patients to automatically receive homework from an extensive library of ever-growing tasks. - Review patient compliance and progress reports so you can make better clinical decisions. The Science Behind Constant Therapy: Constant Therapy was designed by scientists at Boston University, has won awards from American Stroke Association and AARP, and is recommended by speech language pathologists, neurologists and occupational therapists. Exercises are specifically customized for each person's unique needs – so the program adapts to progress and performance each day. Research published in the Frontiers in Human Neuroscience showed that stroke and traumatic brain injury patients who had access to Constant Therapy under clinical supervision did 4 times more exercises, and showed significant improvements in speech, language, and cognitive abilities compared to patients who only received speech therapy in clinic.* Easy Access: - Constant Therapy is free for clinicians, educators and researchers in one-on-one therapy sessions with their patients. - A free trial of up to 15 days is available for patients and individuals seeking online care from the Constant Therapy speech app - After trial, users may continue Constant Therapy with a monthly subscription of $24.99/month or annual subscription of $249.99/year through their iTunes Account. Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription. Users will not be automatically billed after the trial - Subscriptions will automatically renew at $24.99/month or $249.99/year through your iTunes Account unless canceled within 24-hours before the end of the current period. You can cancel anytime with your iTunes account settings. For more information, see our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy Testimonials “My son has used the Constant Therapy app about three times a week. It’s very easy to use, and it gives him immediate feedback. He now understands things faster, can make decisions with less hesitation, has improved recognition of words, and his confidence is higher.” ~Miriam, Patient Caregiver “The Constant Therapy app makes my speech therapy job much easier. It records patient progress automatically and enables my patients with brain injury to continue their therapy at home. I can immediately see how they are performing.” ~Laura L., Phd, CCC-SLP “I love the reports and analytics we get from the Constant Therapy app. An average clinician should save 30-45 minutes in paperwork time per patient visit due to the Constant Therapy app.” ~Bob D., Speech-Language Pathologist Contact Us Email – Visit Online – Privacy Policy – Terms of Use – * Study published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, “Effectiveness of an impairment-based individualized rehabilitation program using an iPad-based software platform,” may be found at: ** Constant Therapy does not provide rehabilitation services and does not guarantee improvements in brain function. Constant Therapy provides tools for self-help and tools for patients to work with their clinicians




  • Speech Rehab Tool

    By Denver Auntie
    My mother suffered a CVA late last year. The home-based speech therapist recommended this app. Over the past several weeks, my aunt has demonstrated an improving trend as she works through a long recovery process. Congratulations on a well-designed app to help post-stroke patients work through their recovery.
  • Had to cancel

    By OllieJay32
    I downloaded and set up an account but couldn’t tell if by accepting the T&C I was signing up or if there was a trial period or free trial excercise. The link in the T&L to the pricing didn’t work, so I had to just logout and delete the game.
  • Great help

    By npbird
    This challenges me every day. Easy to understand. Takes me about 40 minutes per lesson. Highly recommend
  • 👍👍👍

    By IndecisiveLikeMany
  • Great daily workout for the mind!

    By Bedazz
    I had a stroke almost a year ago. Started out Attention therapy in late March or early April. One of my therapists introduced me to Constant Therapy and I took to it right away. Still using it to keep sharpening my awareness and memory. The developers keep upgrading current exercises and adding new ones. And they welcome feedback from users. Not only that, they listen to us! Not all the time, but often. Believe me, it’s well worth your time. Give it a try! User from PA
  • A Recent (Young) Stroke Survivor

    By Okellok
    I am going to rate this in a few months as well to provide follow-up... The app is good and truly helpful at fundamental levels. The key word being fundamental. What about those who are high functioning stroke victims? It is difficult to see some of the tasks as worthwhile. In picture ordering, for example, it won’t accept ‘hairbrush’ and lists it as ‘brush.’ I assume it would similarly list dresser as such, forgoing use of the word bureau. I come from New England where we have hairbrushes because there is more than one kind of brush! And then the app shows up as too basic or to technical - depending on your settings. If you think the app will remember your settings, you are in for a surprise. (Spoiler Alert: It won’t.) That said, there are some useful tasks. You just have to be the one to find them - in the settings, go to ‘advanced’ and you can choose your level of difficulty and the number of trials. You can also nix items from your homework if they are too easy. Customer service is great. They really take the time to answer your questions.
  • Smart phone compatible now, yay!

    By Sladkayagirl
    I had a traumatic brain injury and stroke 5 years ago. When I first entered outpatient speech therapy, Constant Therapy was recommended for me. At the time it was only iPad compatible and not smart phone compatible. A change in life events(I am attending graduate school now)found me back in speech therapy. I was pleased to see that the app is now smart phone compatible and I can do it while waiting for appointments or other down time. I think that my assigned tasks are well targeted to the cognitive areas in which I am weak. Being further out I am able to see the benefits and my provider is able to monitor my progress and help focus and target my assigned tasks. Very pleased.
  • Love Constant Therapy!!

    By Murphabc
    I was diagnosed with Aphasia recently... My speech therapist with (Janella) told me about Constant Therapy & I love the games that were directed to me...As they say: I'm not giving up!! Thank you!
  • Not great

    By sharkbaitU2
    Report feedback doesn’t work, bugs at times with individual games, voice recognition not always accurate. High dollar monthly fee
  • Very basic

    By I use this app a lot!
    The app is a helpful tool for someone in the initial stage of recovery after stroke or cranial surgery. Unfortunately, the exercises are very basic and limited. The same experiences repeat without increasing level of difficulty. Another problem is that the app does not allow you to pick incorrect answers, so after multiple attempts you’ll finally get to the right answer and will get highs score which is deceivingly optimistic. The app does not customize exercises based on assessment. Recommend to the developers: score based on the first attempt, focus on weak areas,add multiple levels of difficulty, allow to pick activities.