Auditory Feedback for Stuttering Therapy

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Daf Assistant

DAF Assistant is an auditory feedback program for stuttering therapy designed for use by individuals who stutter. This application (or app) for the Apple iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad implements the Delayed Auditory Feedback (DAF) and Frequency-shifting Auditory Feedback (FAF) techniques by delaying the sound of the user's voice from reaching to the ears by a fraction of a second. This simulates the "chorus effect" by making it seem as if the user is speaking with several others to help the user s

Speecheasy

SpeechEasy is a device that provides audio feedback for stuttering therapy. These fluency devices are worn similarly to a hearing aid, either in or behind the ear, and use altered auditory feedback. However, rather than amplify sound, these units recreate and optimize the choral effect. When users wear the devices, their words are digitally replayed in their ear with a very slight delay and frequency modification. As a result, the brain perceives that speaking is occurring in unison with another

Parent Category: Stuttering
 
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