Web-based Speech Therapy program helps youth who stutter

Lisa Wilder

The “Road to Fluency” Program

SEPTEMBER 21, 2009 - The Speech and Stuttering Institute announced a new web-based speech therapy program that helps young people with stuttering problems improve their speech skills. Rather than sitting alone reading from sheets of paper, the program offers a fun and innovative channel to encourage children to practise their speech therapy.

Speech-language pathologists can view progress and provide online, real-time feedback to the participants. Read an article about it.

For more information, please contact:

Megan Fielding, TELUS Media Relations
(416) 894 0817
or: The Speech and Stuttering Institute
(416) 491-7771

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