• Conquer Your Fear of Public Speaking

    Public speaking can be intimidating for many individuals, but it is a skill that is essential for personal and professional development. The fear of speaking in front of an audience can be overwhelming, particularly for people who stutter. This fear can result in anxiety, an accelerated heart rate, and a worsened stutter. A delayed auditory feedback […]

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  • Assistive Devices vs. Traditional Speech Therapy: Finding the Balance

    Stuttering affects millions of individuals worldwide, causing interruptions and repetitions in speech flow. Over the years, various treatment approaches have been developed to help those who stutter, ranging from traditional speech therapy to a wearable assistive device for stuttering. While both offer valuable benefits, finding the right balance between them is essential for effectively managing your […]

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  • Empowering Speech: The Impact of Speech Assistant Devices

    Stuttering is a speech disorder that can make everyday communication a challenge for the millions of people affected by it. The journey to finding their voice can be emotional, marked by setbacks and disappointments. Thankfully, technological advancements have led to the development of a speech assistant device that can significantly improve fluency and enhance social lives. Discover […]

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  • The Power of Early Intervention for Stuttering

    Stuttering is a communication disorder characterized by disruptions in the natural flow of speech and affects millions worldwide. While stuttering can begin at any age, there are many reasons why early intervention is essential. Early intervention with speech stuttering therapy with SpeechEasy can be a powerful tool to improve a person’s overall quality of life, self-esteem, and […]

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  • Can You Reverse Stuttering?

    Stuttering, a speech disorder characterized by disruptions in the normal flow of speech, can be a source of long-term frustration and self-consciousness for patients. While a stuttering device can help patients manage their symptoms, the question of whether stuttering can be reversible is complex. Several factors—including underlying causes, triggers, and the patient’s response to treatment—come […]

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  • What Are the 3 Main Types of Stuttering?

    Stuttering causes problems with maintaining regular fluency and flow of speech, leading to involuntary repetitions, prolongations, and blocks when speaking. These symptoms can significantly impact a patient’s ability to communicate effectively and with confidence. While many speech therapy treatments are successful, such as an auditory feedback device, understanding the nuances of stuttering types will ensure […]

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  • Enhancing Public Speaking Skills with Delayed Auditory Feedback

    Whether it’s addressing a large audience or speaking up in a meeting, the pressure to perform flawlessly can lead to nervousness, stumbling over words, or sudden stuttering in adults. To help build confidence when speaking publicly, our speech therapy experts may suggest using a delayed auditory feedback device. With real-time guidance and auditory playback, these […]

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  • Practical Tips for Using a Delayed Auditory Feedback Device

    If stuttering is negatively affecting your ability to communicate fluently and confidently, you’re not alone. Stuttering affects millions of individuals worldwide. Advancements in technology have led to innovative solutions for stuttering therapy. If you have recently decided to try a delayed auditory feedback device for stuttering, here are some practical tips and techniques to make […]

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  • Speech Disfluencies for Veterans Associated with PTSD

    Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) affects many military veterans, often leading to speech disfluencies such as stuttering or increased interruptions in speech flow. Speech therapy plays a vital role in helping veterans address these challenges and regain control over their communication abilities. In this blog post, we will explore how speech therapy can assist veterans in […]

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  • Correcting Lisps with Speech Pathology and Auditory Feedback Device

    A lisp is a speech disorder that affects the ability to pronounce certain sounds correctly. It’s a common condition that may be correctable with the assistance of a speech pathologist. An auditory feedback device like the SpeechEasy delayed auditory feedback device have gained recognition for their efficacy in improving speech fluency in various speech disorders, including adult onset stuttering and lisps. […]

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