SLP Assist
SLP Assist
School-based SLPs are challenged with high caseloads and significant documentation requirements. As a result, students primarily receive group speech and language intervention, typically for an hour or less per week.

SLP Assist provides technology-driven lessons for students and a dashboard for SLPs to increase efficiency.

Student lessons include a concept instruction video prior to each lesson. The program automatically adjusts difficulty based on student responses, and automatically progresses when mastery is met.

The Therapist Dashboard allows SLPs to deliver lessons to students within a group setting using technology with built-in data collection. Program also has the capability to record, playback, and save student responses. All data can be tracked and reported at the IEP goal level.
Supporting continuity and intensity of treatment/instruction, TeachTown’s programs keep the teacher in control of what the student is doing – even if being used remotely or in a distance-learning setting.
Automated Daily Notes
Daily notes are automated to save SLPs time completing documentation. SLPs can designate instructional setting as well as billing code.
Progress Monitoring
With unparalleled data collection and reporting, data from student lessons are automatically captured and tracked. The built in data collection tools provided during therapy sessions also allows for effortless capture and automatic storage and reporting. Progress report graphs are available at the IEP goal and skill level for each student.
Therapist Lessons
SLP Assist provides a variety of language, articulation, and literacy lessons that can be used to address students' IEP goals. SLPs present the lessons via technology and utilize the built in data collection tools while delivering therapy. Program seamlessly switches to the next student once a lesson is completed. Current session data can quickly be viewed from the pop out window, as well as the data from the most recent session.

SLP Assist Therapist Lessons 1
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Data collection tools
SLP Assist Therapist Lessons 2
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SLP can easily move between students, IEP goals, or lessons as needed. All trials in lesson are shown, as well as the three most recent scores.
SLP Assist Therapist Lessons 3
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Ability to record and playback
Therapist Dashboard
Home Tab
SLP Assist Therapist Dashboard Home Tab
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Home tab allows SLPs to review a student’s lesson progress, create/edit IEP goals, access saved SOAP notes, review student recordings, as well as see their upcoming therapy sessions and other events.
Scheduling Feature
SLP Assist Therapist Dashboard Scheduling Feature
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Preview Lessons
SLP Assist Therapist Dashboard Preview Lessons
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Preview all of the lessons (both therapist and student) in the curriculum.
IEP Goals
SLP Assist Therapist Dashboard IEP Goals
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IEP Goal feature allows SLPs to associate both Therapist and Student lessons with students' IEP goals.
Student Lessons
SLP Assist provides computer lessons assigned by their SLP that students can access independently at home or in the classroom- increasing the amount of time that students are targeting their IEP goals. The computer-based lessons feature automatic prompting and reinforcement. The student’s data are automatically collected as they access these lessons for progress monitoring. The student’s computer-based lessons are easily linked to their IEP goals, enabling automatic reporting of their progress and time on task directly against their IEP goals. This data is also integrated with the data collected in their therapy sessions.

SLP Assist Student Lesson 1
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SLP Assist Student Lesson 2
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SLP Assist Student Lesson 3
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List of Domains and Skills

Reading: Phonological and Phonemic Awareness
  • Blending
  • Segmenting
  • Sound Awareness
  • Rhyming

Language: Morphology
  • Inflectional

Language: Semantics
  • Functionality
  • Synonyms and Antonyms
  • Categorization
  • Concepts
  • Temporal Order
  • Nouns
  • Verbs
  • Pronouns
  • Similarities

Language: Syntax
  • Questions
  • Negation
  • Semantic Relations
  • Following Directions

Reading: Decoding
  • Consonant Blends
  • Consonants and Vowels
  • Learned Chunks
  • Vowels
  • Spelling

Articulation
  • Speech Sound Errors