Get your $250 evaluation rebate offer soon!

If you haven’t been evaluated for SpeechEasy for stuttering or SpeechEasyPD for Parkinson’s speech issues please take advantage of our $250 evaluation rebate offer before July 31, 2015. The rebate offer will no longer be available after that date. Here’s the direct link to our request page or you can simply email us and let us know.

The first step in seeing if SpeechEasy or SpeechEasyPD is right for you is to attend a SpeechEasy evaluation with one of our trained Providers. EverySpeechEasy Provider is a licensed and certified Speech Language Pathologist qualified to help assess and recommend fluency options for our clients.

Free materials available for support group leaders

If you participate or lead a support group for stuttering or Parkinson’s, please let us know if you would like to have free information materials sent to you in order to share with your group. We have brochures and handouts that help explain how SpeechEasy works and options available. Presentation slides are also available if you prefer.

Some of our Providers schedules allow them to speak to groups in person. We will be glad to coordinate with them or let you know if one is available in your area for such a visit. Let us know by emailing us at sales@speecheasy.com

$250 SpeechEasy Evaluation Rebate Now Available

The first step in seeing if SpeechEasy is right for you is to attend a SpeechEasy evaluation with one of our trained SpeechEasy Providers. Every SpeechEasy Provider is a licensed and certified Speech Language Pathologist qualified to help assess and recommend fluency options for our clients.

We are offering a $250 evaluation rebate as a way to help offset the cost of the evaluation. Just contact us or request an information packet and we will mail you our evaluation rebate form.

SpeechEasy funding help

So, you don’t have a few thousand bucks lying around? Most people don’t. But that doesn’t mean you cannot get a SpeechEasy.

In fact, only about 25% of new owners of a SpeechEasy buy it outright! That’s right, most of our clients use one of our funding sources in order to obtain the world’s smallest anti-stuttering device available. Those funding sources include our leasing plans, zero percent financing plans, Vocational Rehabilitation assistance, the Veteran’s Administration and in some cases, private insurance. If you think you would like to pursue one of these options, please contact us here at SpeechEasy and we’ll help get you started.

Carrie is our funding specialist and she is available to give you advice and guidance. There is no charge to apply for our financing plan.

So email or call us. We would love to hear from you.

carrie@speecheasy.com

Our free apps help clients try Altered Auditory Feedback

SpeechEasy has two free apps to help people who stutter and patients with Parkinson’s speech issues sample the effect that Altered Auditory Feedback (AAF) may have on their fluency. Altered Auditory Feedback technology simulates the effects of “Choral Speech” (speaking simultaneously with another person). It has been known for years that choral speech can promote fluency. This effect is used in both SpeechEasy and SpeechEasyPD.

The two apps are called FluencyCoach (for stuttering) and Parkinson’s Speech Aid (for Parkinson’s speech issues). Both are available on the App Store. FluencyCoach is also available for downloading on your PC at www.fluencycoach.com

 

Mom shares son’s experience with SpeechEasy

Recently, an excited Mom shared her son’s experience and improved fluency with us through our Facebook page.

Here’s what she said:

I rarely post anything personal on facebook. Yet something happened yesterday, that for me, was a miracle. Many of you know that my dear son, Nicholas, has a very pronounced stutter. Making everything he encounters a struggle. From a simple phone call to a job interview is impacted. I have watched him over the years put up with, well meaning people, that try to finish his sentences. Individuals and friends that simple turn their attention away as he attempts to get the words out. Yet, he never stops trying to speak. He bravely wants to work with the public. His courage and humor over the years has been inspiring Thankfully the people that love him just wait for the words to come forth. One of his dearest friends once said that Nick doesn’t stutter, he is just buffering. He has so much to share yet it is tempered by finding words he thinks he can say. Sooooo, (I know, long intro) we went to a speech Pathologist yesterday that fitted Nick with a device (worn like a hearing aid). He picked up a piece of paper and started to read it out loud. There was no hesitation, no stutter…his eyes opened wide as we sat looking at each other. Incredulous of what was happening. He put the paper down and started to speak to me. Words flooding the room. I have never heard my son (now 28) speak like this. His face lite up as he continued and continued. My eyes of course filling with tears. He even made a telephone call. Lasted six minutes. You see, in stuttering time, it is a million years. Had to smile when the test device had to be removed. He did not want to let it go. His own device will be delivered in 2 weeks. His first call will be to his sister, Anna. He said that she has never heard him speak without a stutter. I think we both shed a tear. His life is forever changed

If you would like to share a story please visit our Facebook page or send it to us at info@speecheasy.com. We’d love to hear from you!

SpeechEasy Workbook Brings Valuable Info

For those of you who have purchased a SpeechEasy device, you also received a workbook. This workbook gives our clients valuable information, tools and instructions that help acclimate them to using the device in their day-to-day life. The workbook is supplemental to the instructions and therapy provided by our Providers, but it’s proven to be a viable resource for our customers over the years.

Although most of the workbook is geared towards actual SpeechEasy customers, there is some information that anyone who stutters who is in a therapy program could find helpful as well. Some of that information can be found in the Keys to Your Success portion of the manual. Some of those keys are:

  • Set realistic fluency goals
  • Build a support network of friends with whom you can comfortably practice new skills and fluency techniques
  • Pick a time each day to practice
  • Take small steps outside of your immediate support network

$100 SpeechEasy Evaluation Rebate Available

The first step in seeing if SpeechEasy is right for you is to attend a SpeechEasy evaluation with one of our trained SpeechEasy Providers. Every SpeechEasy Provider is a licensed and certified Speech Language Pathologist qualified to help assess and recommend fluency options for our clients.

We are offering the $100 evaluation rebate as a way to help offset the cost of the evaluation. Just contact us or request an information packet and we will mail you our evaluation rebate form.

Reminder: $1,000 discount on SpeechEasy models ends soon!

The Season of Giving promotion which began in November, will end February 15th. This means there’s only a little more time left to see a SpeechEasy Provider. If you have been evaluated by a Provider during the last year and now want to purchase please let us or your Provider know soon.

The process is simple. There is no coupon or survey required in order to receive the discount. You must simply must purchase a Comfort Fit (CF) or Completely-in-the-Ear (CIC) model of SpeechEasy by Feb 15th. These two models are our most popular and preferred by over 85% of our clients.

Veterans get SpeechEasy devices

This past month five deserving U.S. military veterans received SpeechEasy devices to improve their speech. Each case was different, but they all worked through their V.A. Medical Hospital and their local SpeechEasy Provider. Each veteran’s device was paid for by the Department of Veteran’s Affairs.

If you are a veteran and want to begin the process to see if SpeechEasy may be what you need for your stuttering or for Parkinson’s speech issues, please contact our Funding Coordinator here at SpeechEasy. She is glad to help and answer any questions you may have.