Bungalow in the NewsOur press coverage isn't so much coverage of us as it is coverage of fine healthcare professionals who happen to use our software.
Wall Street Journal article
featuring Bungalow Software at the Adler Aphasia center.
Healthwatch TV segment
about Kessler Rehab Institute using our Aphasia software.
Article about Aphasia and cognition software provided to 4 VA Hospitals by the Heart of A Marine foundation (purchased with a generous discount from Bungalow Software).
PresentationsClay and Terri have given several presentations at local, state and national conferences.
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Terri and Clay
How it all began
Terri Nichols was frustrated. A speech-pathologist providing therapy to stroke survivors, Terri's therapy time was limited. And stroke recovery takes a lot of therapy. Most of her patients could not afford all the therapy they wanted and needed. And the Plateau Paradox meant that insurance coverage was limited. Her patients needed an economical way to get a lot of speech therapy practice at home. So she turned to her husband, a computer programmer...
Terri explained in detail the methods she used for providing practice therapy. She also showed him worksheets she created as "homework" for her patients. Clay, in turn, developed the Aphasia Tutor computer (software) program. What started as a 2 week project turned into a year long process of tweaking and refining the programs.
Bungalow Software was born. That was 1994. It seems like last millennium.
Bungalow? Doesn't sound much like a software company, does it? That's because the goal of the company has more to do with home-therapy than software.
Terri & Clay's goal was to provide software that speech therapy patients could use in their home, so they named the company in honor of Terri's home, a Bungalow. Bungalow Software has since moved out of that house and across town (across the street from Intel) then across the country to Blacksburg Virginia (about 2 mile from Virginia Tech), but the mission remains the same: providing economical, high quality computer software to assist in speech-language recovery.