New York, Feburary 2020 – We're proud to host a roundtable discussion for any and every member of our community. That includes people who stutter, SLPs who care about us, and our friends & family.
Why should you join our discussion? Because you’ll learn from people who have had profound experiences in this community. Very importantly, we’ll learn from you too!
New York, November 2019 - Speechagain, a digital based stuttering tool, announces the close of the series A round of funding from private investors. An international investor group from the United States, Germany, and Switzerland has now joined the Speechagain community.
Orlando, November 2019 - Four members of our Speechagain team will be hosting our booth at the 2019 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention. We are very excited to be attending an incredibly inspiring event, meeting and collaborating with speech-language pathologists from all over the nation. The ASHA Convention is an annual professional education event for speech-language pathologists, audiologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists.
Planning therapy sessions during your breaks? We’ve got you covered! Speechagain takes the guessing and planning out of your day when treating clients who stutter. Let this be your go-to guide for all things Speechagain. We’ve broken it down into steps to make it more manageable so you can focus on what’s really important here: empowering your client!
We love to share fun facts, and of course, facts about stuttering are our favorite! Did you know that people who stutter are usually fluent when speaking in chorus with others, whispering, or even signing? We touched on this phenomenon during our blog post about movie stars who stutter, stating that some of them found singing or acting to be their own form of “stuttering therapy”. Sooo...why does this happen?
As Halloween approaches, we find ourselves looking to the stars for costume inspiration. But why not look at some stars who have actually inspired the stuttering community? Emily Blunt – The “go-to” name when we think of a celebrity who stutters. Her path for stuttering therapy was interesting, as her speech therapist actually recommended her to try different accents to decrease her stutter. That therapy technique has now made her who she is today!