October 18th, 2011

Making speech therapy social. There’s an app for that!

Episode #122: Speech4Good is a mobile app aimed at making your speech therapy social! Find out how in my chat with Jack McDermott, CEO of Balbus Speech, the company behind the app.

Links mentioned in this episode:
Balbus Speech

Music used on this episode:
Beakortolaris (Cerror) by Feryl

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2 Responses to “Making speech therapy social. There’s an app for that!”

  1. Pam

    Not sure if I like the idea of an “app” for therapy personally. But anything that might help a person move forward in their journey is a good thing.

  2. Ari(Israel)

    This software look like cool idea!
    I just wonder if he plan to program a software to android too?
    And it would be better software if it could also show
    the “gentle onset” graph ,i know that it is more complicate that simple voice graph.


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