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Extra Language Resources

Speech, Language and Literacy Resources

Designed by Speech Pathologists
Intended for clinicians, teachers and parents
Encourages spontaneous, interactive sessions
Interactive web-based activities - free home practice
Integration with Zoom and Coviu for teletherapy

For children and adults with speech and language disorders, delayed learning and reading support needs

13 minute overview of eLr

More than 15,400 activities
All ready to use . . .
No preparation!

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eLr covers more than 1,100 separate speech, language and literacy targets. These materials are designed to assist with the remediation of a wide range of speech and language disorders such as phonological impairment, apraxia, aphasia and reading and spelling problems.


eLr is the culmination of our efforts to provide Speech Pathologists, teachers and clients with easily available, high quality, speech, language and literacy resources. Its Internet base enables the materials to be used from any location, and also allows clinicians to efficiently provide clients with home practice activities, and school based programs.
What is eLr?
eLr is a comprehensive collection of thousands of on-screen, targeted, therapy activities in the areas of phonology, phonological awareness, reading and spelling, semantics, sentence processing and using language. The activities are designed to be used as the basis of an interactive session with client and clinician or helper. Each task is flexible in its delivery style, and the huge range of tasks means that there are activities appropriate to clients with developmental or acquired language disorders (paediatric & adult). Currently there is no sound or speech associated with the tasks, as the helper provides reinforcement appropriate to the client needs and cultural style.
How do I use eLr?
eLr is subscription based. This method allows for the continual expansion of the resource, as new materials are added each month. Each month a newsletter is sent by email to all subscribers (and other interested people), informing them of new tasks and changes to the site. With each subscription two forms of eLr access are automatically provided:
  1. Registered access to the eLr web site enables clinicians to use the resource from any location (eg clinics, schools, home visits).
  2. eLr-Pro Offline is a "universal" App, which will work on all modern computers and tablets to select and deliver all eLr activities in same way as the website in situations where access to the Internet is not possible or desirable. It is available free for registered subscribers.
Providing Home Practice Activities
Subscribers are also automatically able to provide their clients (families, schools etc) with free "Guest" access to eLr. Program Goals sheets assist in delivering appropriate tasks, goals and instructions to clients (refer to the support area for blank forms). There are 2 mechanisms for "Guest" access:
  1. Guest access to the eLr web site enables clients of subscribers to use the resource from any location (eg schools, home etc).
  2. eLr-Guest Offline is also a "universal" App (like eLr-Pro Offline) which provides Guest access in same way as the website, and also without needing an Internet connection. It is available free for clients of registered users who have been provided a specific set of activities for home or school practice..
Supporting Documents
The Support area also contains documents and information for reference and use within therapy. To document progress and results of therapy sessions, "Session Record" sheets are available. The Getting the Most out of eLr Sessions sheet explains the nature of the tasks, and hints about ways to expand on each task using non-computer activities. There is a section on Frequently Asked Questions relating to technical issues. The "eLr Prac Notes" gives outlines of various speech, language and literacy disorders, and highlights eLr sections which would be useful to develop skills in those specific areas. An "eLr Printable Directory" allows the user to print the main headings of the Directory, or in the case of subscribers, the entire classification and listing of tasks (currently about 245 pages).
Feedback to the developers
ELR Software Pty Ltd combines the skills of speech pathologists and computer consultant, and we are always happy for subscribers and visitors, to provide feedback and suggestions. Our aim is to continue to develop a flexible set of resources and activities, which meets the needs of busy clinicians and families, and people who work with clients who have speech language or literacy difficulties.

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