Speech Therapy Displays

 


The Video Voice Speech Training System software offers a wide variety of entertaining, motivational graphic display and game formats that help develop speech skills with both children and adults.
The "Formant 2 vs. Formant 1" Matrix display makes learning vowel and word production easier. The F2/F1 Formant Temporal display allows target pratice in a connected speech framework.  The Sound Spectrogram and Multi-Frequency Temporal and Matrix displays add new dimensions for work on /s/ and other high frequency production.  The Multi-Frequency Spectral Display provides live feedback on F1, F2 and F3 frequencies that is helpful for training sounds that can be sustained.
Cross-time displays of pitch, amplitude and rhythm (P-A-R) provide live feedback on the "invisible" aspects of sounds, words and connected speech.  There are even displays that illustrate pitch and intensity simultaneously.
The Fun and Games options offer numerous colorful, entertaining games and graphic displays that motivate kids of all ages.   Most games have multiple activities for addressing a variety of speech goals, including articulation, volume, pitch, breath control.
The Assessment Displays quantify the pitch (Hz) and intensity (dB) features of a speech stream to help you assess changes achieved in speech therapy activities with the software.
To help you answer accountability questions, Video Voice speech therapy software includes facilities for reviewing session scores, in tabular or graphic form.  All reports include areas for your own commentary.

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