• 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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  • How “D” Makes a Difference in the Deaf Community

    Although The Bachelor franchise may not be producing long-lasting love relationships, the show is sparking conversations around an important topic. Abigail Heringer, a contestant on Season 25 of The Bachelor, is the first deaf individual to have ever appeared on the show in its entirety. She has served as a representative for the deaf community […]

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  • Anti-Stuttering Device Aids Communication in the Workplace

    Strong communication skills are necessary for the majority of workplaces, but what if you have a speech disorder? At SpeechEasy, we never want your speech disorder to hinder your success which is why we offer our anti-stuttering device. SpeechEasy earpiece for stuttering has assisted thousands of individuals with their ability to communicate effectively and confidently, […]

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  • Anti-Stuttering Device Advocates for People With Speech Disorders

    Here at SpeechEasy, we want all of our patients to know they are not alone in their respective speech disorders. This is why our program comes with a team of fluency professionals who truly care about the successes of our patients. SpeechEasy has helped thousands of people increase their ability to communicate effectively and confidently […]

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  • SpeechEasy Celebrates World Read Aloud Day

    February 3, 2021, is World Read Aloud Day, a day dedicated to bringing people together through stories. SpeechEasy, the leading provider in an earpiece for stuttering, loves the idea of finding an audience and reading aloud confidently! People with speech disorders may not be eager to read aloud, but SpeechEasy is here to help our […]

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  • 6 Early Signs of Speech Fluency Disorders

    Speech fluency is a term used to describe a person’s ability to speak smoothly and easily. Fluency disorders, most commonly stuttering or stammering, usually begin in childhood specifically when a child is around 2 to 4 years of age. Stuttering unfolds in a variety of ways, sometimes changing over time, and can delay a child’s […]

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  • Anti-Stuttering Device Helps Decrease Miscommunications

    In a world driven by communication, it can be frustrating to constantly feel misunderstood. This feeling of frustration is especially prevalent among people who stutter. SpeechEasy, an anti-stuttering device, helps individuals speak clearly and confidently in addition to preventing miscommunications. Here are some ways in which we recommend reducing miscommunication for people who stutter: Practice […]

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  • Parkinson’s Speech and SpeechEasy

    Stuttering -or stammering- is a speech disorder that involves frequent and significant problems when speaking. Young children may stutter when their speaking abilities aren’t developed enough to keep up with what they are thinking of saying. Most children outgrow this type of developmental stuttering. However, stuttering can be a symptom of a neurological injury or […]

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  • The Affects of Quarantine on Stuttering

    We are all aware that stress levels continue to rise from the COVID-19 induced quarantine and its variety of apparent difficulties. Many people are facing emotional, physical, and financial tolls, but what about those who have a speech disorder that is intensified by stress and anxiety? Is the quarantine affecting those who stutter more? To […]

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