• Mindful Practices to Help Your Stutter

    Stuttering is a speech disorder that can impact people of all ages. Most of those who stutter are children, and they tend to grow out of it when they become adults. However, 25% of those children retain their stutter through adulthood. It involves tripping over certain words, repeating syllables, sounds, or words, and interrupting themselves. […]

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  • Get Back to School Ready with SpeechEasy

    It’s Back to School season! This is a time when emotions of all kinds are running rampant, in both parents and kids. For some, this isn’t their first rodeo. However, there are some kids that are starting at new schools which can increase anxiety. The uncertainty of new teachers, classes, and classroom settings can be […]

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  • Tips to Articulate Your Words with Speech Aid Devices

    As we grow up, we add more and more words to our vocabulary. Through school and social interactions, we learn how to speak and talk to others in conversations. We also have some habits or tics when learning verbal communication, like stuttering, mispronouncing words, and tripping over our own tongues. This can cause miscommunication and, […]

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  • Prepping for a Presentation with SpeechEasy Electronic Fluency Devices

    Presentations are almost unavoidable in today’s modern world. We usually get started with presenting in grade school with Show and Tell. This helps us get comfortable talking in front of a group of people. However, most people never get used to presenting. It’s an evolutionary reflex to be nervous with all of those eyes on […]

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  • How to Make the Perfect Wedding Toast With a Stutter

    Planning a wedding can be a stressful time for everyone, but especially for those involved. As a member of the bridal party, the tasks can be slow at times, but once the big day arrives, there’s little time to take a breath. This is a day that’s been planned for months, even years at times. […]

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  • SpeechEasy’s Four Devices: Explained

    If you have a stutter, you aren’t alone. It’s common for children first learning to speak to stutter, but sometimes it can continue even after childhood. Most of the time, children will grow out of it after the age of 5 or 6. However, 25% of children continue to stutter after childhood. About 3 million Americans […]

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  • Public Speaking Tips

    Public speaking is something that everyone has to deal with at least a few times in their life. Whether it’s giving a toast at a wedding or presenting in front of a class, public speaking is an anxiety that people have to deal with. The fear of public speaking is the most common phobia. It […]

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  • Helping Your Child Overcome a Stutter

    Having a child who stutters isn’t always easy. They can experience bullying in school, people talking over them, and not being taken seriously. It also impacts a child’s confidence and ability to do well in the classroom. It’s your responsibility to help them overcome or learn to deal with this stutter. This will be a […]

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  • 5 Safe & Easy Ways to Reduce Stuttering

    Did you know that over 70 million people globally are affected by stuttering? Stuttering is a speech disorder that causes a person to repeat words, syllables or sounds. It affects people of all ages but is most common in children between the ages of 2 and 6. While 75% of children can lose this stutter […]

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  • What is the Science Behind Stuttering?

    Stuttering is a speech disorder that causes the speaker to repeat the sounds of a word or syllables compulsively. They know what they want to say, but they have a problem speaking out the words clearly. It is common among young children, typically between 2 and 6 years old. The condition gets better for most […]

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