This Wearable Device Can Improve Speech of People Living with Parkinson’s Disease

SpeechVive for Parkinsons
SpeechVive was created by Jessica Huber, a professor in Purdue’s Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences (Image credit: Purdue University)
People afflicted with Parkinson’s disease usually develop speech impediment; their speech become quieter and less clear that before the disease affected them. In many cases, these people improve their speech […]
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