We tested the app Constant Therapy, read more about what we tested.

About the app

What software did we test?

Constant Therapy

constant therapy app

What does the app do?

The app has activities that focus on:

  • Speech.
  • Language.
  • Cognition.
  • Memory.
  • Reading.
  • Comprehension.

The more you use the app the more the app will learn what activities and levels to recommend.

image of app in use

Who was the app made for?

The app is for people who have had a stroke or traumatic brain injury, people with aphasiadementia or other neurological conditions.  

Who made the app?

The app was made by neuroscientists and clinicians in America.

Number of exercises

The apps has over 85 therapy activities with over 500,000 different exercises.


  • iPhone and iPad.
  • Android phone and tablet.


Type of cost

The app has a subscription cost.

You can pay a monthly or yearly subscription.

The monthly subscription costs £22.99.

The yearly subscription costs £234.99.

Prices may change over time.

Do they offer a free/ lite version?


You can sign up for a free 2 week trial.

image of free trial on app


Are there other languages available?

The app is only available in English.

Does the app have a voice? Does the voice have an accent?

Yes, the voice has an American accent.

Is text read out aloud?


What do the images look like?

The images are a mix of colour photographs, professional illustrations and line drawings.

image of the app in use

Can I make the text bigger?


Can I personalise the app?

You can choose the activities you want to practice or have your therapist set activities.

You cannot add your own text or pictures.

The app will make recommendations and adjustments based on your use.

Does the app record my results?


image of results page on app

What did our aphasia testing group say?

The aphasia testing group liked:

  • The app was encouraging.
  • You can use the app with a speech and language therapist or by yourself.
  • The app will change the level of the activity based on your results.
  • You can trial the app before you buy it so you can see if it would be helpful to you.

 “It made therapy feel fun”

Our aphasia testing group found some parts challenging.

  • Some members found the American accent difficult to understand.
  • A few of our group members found the illustrated guide childish.
  • The group thought it would be helpful to use the app with a speech and language therapist when you try it for the first time.

What did a speech and language therapist say?

A speech and language therapist can assign activities for you to complete each week.

You can use the app together with your traditional speech therapy sessions.

This allows you to practice more language and cognitive skills.

The app will show you your progress and your therapists can see your results too.

Other apps?

No, all activities are included in one app.

You can visit the website for more information https://constanttherapyhealth.com/constant-therapy/

Disclaimer: The Stroke Association provides the details of other apps for information only.

Inclusion on our website does not constitute a recommendation or endorsement.