Tuesday, April 24, 2018

A Speech-Language Pathologists' view

Speech-Language Pathologists are communication therapists,
interested in finding ways to help their clients speak so that they can lead
full and productive lives. Sometimes Speech-Language Pathologists help their clients by providing one-on-one therapy, sometimes they provide group therapy, and sometimes Speech-Language Pathologists help by pointing their clients towards technology aids that may help them speak more effectively.
The Ontario Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (OSLA) recently listed in its newsletter section “Our Professions in the News” the following article with video: A little device that is helping people with a stutter speak easy http://www.live5news.com/story/22647086/a-little-device-that-is-helping-stutterers-speak-easy
Please click on the link above to learn about how the SpeechEasy fluency device is one technology that Speech-Language Pathologists recommend to some People Who Stutter to help them manage their fluency.