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Voice Strengthening You Can Do at Home: Voice Aerobics®
Voice Aerobics® is a Whole-Body, Voice Strengthening Program developed to focus on posture, breathing and voice.
It’s guided, so nothing to remember. It’s FUN and EASY!
Many people suffer from changes in their voice and speech, some as a result of Parkinson’s Disease, stroke or neurological problems.
I am so glad I learned about Mary Spremulli’s speech therapy via telepractice. Without leaving my home which is miles away in another city, I can regularly take one on one (face to face) speech therapy sessions virtually via Zoom. Mary’s voice therapy has improved my ability and confidence in speaking LOUDER with INTENT. My wife is much happier not having to frequently ask ‘What did you say?’ Thanks Mary!
Jerry, Longboat Key, Fl
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What People are Saying…
August 2012 I picked up the amplifier at the post office Monday. It was such a relief to have the freedom to move around the classroom and know that the students will hear me. I also feel more confident when I go to staff meetings in the library. I had actually stopped talking during meetings because several teachers had mocked me when I tried to speak, but wasn’t able to project. Thank you again for expediting my order Mary!
Hi Mary, I love your blog and enjoyed you so much at last weekend’s retreat. My husband and I immediately did the songbird CD.
Mary, Recd the DVD and we are doing the exercises every other day. By the end of the DVD we feel our voices are stronger and hope the improvement carries over to all the time. Also, the upper body exercises is so good for Arnie as he had emphysema and his right lung has permanent damage to one lobe.– January 2013
Dear Mary, I had hoped to tell you how much I like your video. I do quite a bit of exercise so it is perfect for me. I will do it almost every morning.
I was out with some friends a few nights ago and someone said you have improved so much from a year ago (I had all the signs then, but was not diagnosed) and the other person said it is her voice which has improved the most. I thought you would like to know that because I am making real progress with you. I love how committed you are to helping people. You are indeed a wonderful person with all that you are doing, and your passion clearly shows.
Just know your music CD is the highlight of my uncle’s week. He loves it and it truly is making a difference in his voice volume, articulation and facial expression. Those tunes really stick in ones head.
I really like the Songbird CD and use one or more tracks with my daily practice. My favorite is Speech Sound in Waltz Time. I have been known to sing this without the CD! Thank you for creating such a fun way to practice.
I could definitely feel that my voice was not nearly as “tired” at the end of an all day seminar. I could speak to a group all day without constantly worrying where I was looking when I was speaking; it made it easier to walk around in the room or point to my slide presentation and everyone could still hear me. Superior to lapel mc or fixed mic since the voice amplifier “follows you” or “moves with you” – you aren’t controlled by it.
I attended your October 30, 2010 presentation of Voice Aerobics to learn more about supporting my Parkinson’s friends. Well, the invaluable information was wonderful for them, but also for me, personally. As someone dealing with Post-Polio Syndrome including upper body and respiratory system deficits, your Voice Aerobics added fun and focus to my overall exercise routine. Thank you!
I left my Songbird disc in Florida. Drat! I miss it and would like another. The one I’m referring to is the one on which you play the piano. I call it “The Fun One.” It has glorious patterns which keep the beat as you change tempos.
Hi, Mary! I meant to send you a thank-you for the wonderful articles you write about Parkinson’s disease. I think you must be an awesome person as well as an awesome speech therapist! Thank you so much for sharing your literary expertise with my readers of the Parkinson Foundation of Harris County (Houston) monthly Bulletin.
A note to patients regarding COVID-19
As a healthcare provider for over 30 years, I always take my health and the health of my patients seriously, and that includes practicing standard precautions.
What this means to you is:
- Hand hygiene, including having hand sanitizer available in waiting and treatment areas
- Using gloves if touching your face or mouth
- Cleaning and disinfecting chairs, tables, and other shared surfaces after every patient visit
- Asking patients or caregivers with colds to stay home, and to cover their mouth when coughing / sneezing
If you have any questions or are unsure if you should cancel a treatment visit, please call the office: 941-204-1515. Mary Spremulli, MA, CCC-SLP