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We are an Australian proprietary company, registered on November 30 1999 under the Corporations Law of Victoria. Further information about this registration can be obtained by reading the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) entry for ELR Software Pty Ltd. You may also wish to view information about ASIC.
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ELR Software produces a range of computer programs and resources for speech pathology and speech therapy. They are designed by speech pathologists for speech, language & literacy support and are intended to support, not replace, the relationship that exists between client and clinician.
Our programs may be used within therapy, to increase efficiency in service delivery using the Internet and USB based materials, and to improve access to the Internet for people with special needs.
We are also available as consultants to clinicians and research projects in the fields of literacy and accessibility issues associated with the Internet.
Over 15,000 web computer/iPad activities (and always growing) to encourage spontaneous interactive sessions with free home practice for families. Targets phonology, phonological awareness, semantics, sentence processing, literacy and oral narrative. Suitable for speech pathologists, teachers and parents.
A computer program to strengthen labelling of nouns, verbs and objects and production of 2 and 3 part sentences. Targets early sentence production. Suitable for speech pathologists, teachers and parents.
A computer program designed to strengthen semantic processing, based on "Building Language: Word Meanings" by Robyn Dower and Jan Mackey. Targets semantic therapy. Suitable for speech pathologists and adults with aphasia or cognitive/language needs.
EIA is designed to assist and train people with special needs to use the web. It provides intuitive access to web pages and other public information (eg library catalogs), and is especially suitable for use with a touchscreen. It consists of 3 parts:- the EIA browser, the Internet Tutorial, and an assessment tool, the AAP (Awareness & Assessment Protocol).
25 eBook stories intended to stimulate humour and provide material targeting a range of speech and language goals. Targets humour in oral narrative, phonological awareness and phonology. Suitable for speech pathologists, teachers and parents.