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Pacing Board Pocket Edition

This "pocket edition" of the popular Pacing Board for iPad app has been specially adapted for the small screen, allowing the user to tap anywhere on the screen to advance the pacing counter, or simply press "play" and let the buttons flip in sync with the metronome

This "pocket edition" of the popular Pacing Board for iPad app has been specially adapted for the small screen, allowing the user to tap anywhere on the screen to advance the pacing counter, or simply press "play" and let the buttons flip in sync with the metronome

Pacing Board Pocket Edition

by Ben Smith
Pacing Board Pocket Edition
Pacing Board Pocket Edition
Pacing Board Pocket Edition

What is it about?

This "pocket edition" of the popular Pacing Board for iPad app has been specially adapted for the small screen, allowing the user to tap anywhere on the screen to advance the pacing counter, or simply press "play" and let the buttons flip in sync with the metronome. Take advantage of an electronic pacing board without needing to fiddle with a small screen!

Pacing Board Pocket Edition

App Details

Version
1.0.0
Rating
NA
Size
4Mb
Genre
Medical Education
Last updated
October 7, 2014
Release date
October 6, 2014
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App Store Description

This "pocket edition" of the popular Pacing Board for iPad app has been specially adapted for the small screen, allowing the user to tap anywhere on the screen to advance the pacing counter, or simply press "play" and let the buttons flip in sync with the metronome. Take advantage of an electronic pacing board without needing to fiddle with a small screen!

Pacing board for motor speech and fluency impairments such as apraxia of speech, stuttering, and hypokinetic dysarthria in Parkinson's disease. Pacing boards are commonly used for individuals who need a visual cue to separate words or syllables in order to modulate rate.

This app has all the benefits of a traditional paper or wood board, plus multiple configurable board layouts, adjustable button change time, a hands-free "automatic" mode (for individuals with motor impairments that prevent button pressing) and adjustable metronome for auditory cueing.