New York, NY (PRWEB) August 20, 2014
CASE, a speech pathology app created by Comprehensive Application Solutions Inc., officially launched in the iTunes store this week for the iPad, making reporting easier than ever for specialists. CASE is designed for Speech-Language Pathologists working with adults (home care, private practices, rehabilitation facilities) to assist in performing a screening and evaluation of patients, and to provide a complete analytic look at speech and language functions.
“Currently, there are no tests or screeners available as an app that provides a comprehensive and detailed examination of speech-language disorders. I wanted to create an app that not only assesses these disorders, but also efficiently writes reports and calculates accuracy as the test progresses. With the help of Blue Whale Apps and Jess Faro Design, we were able to do so,” says Christine Miroddi, founder of CASE.
CASE serves as a guide for speech therapists to gather baseline data of the patient’s current speech functions, screen for any abnormalities, and obtain an overall justification for continued need for evaluation or treatment. Each test in the app delivers a breakdown in performance including accuracy independently, accuracy with cueing, and the percentage incorrect. Upon assessment completion, therapists can print, email, or send the patient’s report to Dropbox.
“No apps evaluate as conclusively as mine will. I’m hoping that CASE will make the lives of speech pathologists easier in terms of saving time, gathering valuable data, and carrying less. The report can be completed from the app before you leave the patient’s bedside. CASE also calculates and records the patient’s capabilities that can later be analyzed and used to develop specific goals and care plans. You also don’t need to worry about forgetting a test or a protocol; everything you need is already in the app,” says Christine.
CASE is available now in the iTunes App Store, for more information, visit: http://www.comprehensiveapplicationsolutions.com.
CASE is founded by Christine Miroddi.
Christine is an established, certified Speech-Language Pathologist. She is licensed by the state of New York to practice Speech Pathology. Christine works currently with both adults and children across a variety of settings and has completed and submitted countless evaluations to insurance as well as government-funded companies. She is certified as a Vital-Stim provider and has training in the Prompts for Restructuring Oral Musculature Phonemic Targets (PROMPT) technique, Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS).
Christine is also trained in techniques to promote oral-motor, motor planning, and swallowing skills and development. She has specific expertise in working with children diagnosed with Autism and has been instrumental in acquiring Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices for both adults and children who are unable to communicate verbally. Christine works closely with stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) patient’s and their families to provide swallowing as well as language and motor speech therapy.
Christine possesses a Bachelors of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from The Pennsylvania State University and a Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology at Hofstra University.