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Lori’s experience with the SpeechEasy

Lori Melnitsky has a SLP / Stuttering related weblog that has some really good content, but seems to fly below the radar for reasons that are (quite honestly) beyond me.  In any event, she made a recent post about her initial exeriences with a DAF/FAF prosthetic suttering management device, the SpeechEasy.

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  1. February 13th, 2009 at 12:59 | #1

    We have VoiceAmp over in the UK. A good friend of mine tried it. It definitely created fluency for him, but he was stammering again once he stopped using it. I do find how they work pretty fascinating though.

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  2. Greg @ Stuttering.me
    February 13th, 2009 at 13:04 | #2

    Yes, speech feedback most definitely needs prosthetic implementation. Just like my eye-glasses, they effect is gone the moment the device is removed!

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  3. Tone
    February 13th, 2009 at 17:27 | #3

    Very good analogy 🙂

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