After TBI, many survivors need to relearn lost skills, physical and cognitive. Here is some online help: challenging and fun!
Contact Therapy: tricky, interesting, great — and FREE! My difficulty is aphasia: numbers and language are hard. Download to your phone, iPad, Android Tablet, PC, or Mac. https://constanttherapy.com/
Word Hippo: I like creative expression. Word Hippo helps me remember lost words to express thoughts. http://www.wordhippo.com/
IXL: math, language, science and social studies. Aphasia makes math and language difficult. ; IXL offers step-by-step structured lessons; start at the grade level that challenges you — K – 12. https://www.ixl.com/
More Speech: Like constant Therapy, this app covers many skills: listening, understanding speech; reading; speaking; and word memory. A free trial is available; see if it fits your needs, then decide if it’s worth the $24 per month subscription. http://www.morespeech.com/
Google Speech-to-text: really helps me with spelling. When I can’t remember the right letters, if I can speak a word to the Google microphone icon, Google spells it out for me. Or Dragon Dictation app also provides a writing format with speech-to-text. Dragon Dictation Lastly, word prediction on email/text messaging programs also helps.
If you have aphasia like me, I hope some of these suggestions work for you! I’d like to hear your tips too.