The Voice – Mary’s Blog

This Feels Too Loud…oh the tricks Parkinson’s plays on you

This Feels Too Loud…oh the tricks Parkinson’s plays on you

Hypophonia (low voice volume) is a common speech symptom for individuals with Parkinson’s disease. And, just like some of the motor symptoms which can come on gradually and pre-date a diagnosis, the changes in speech production can also have a subtle onset, hence, the...

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Aspirating When drinking? Don’t be a Bird Brain

Aspirating When drinking? Don’t be a Bird Brain

Most birds drink some water every day, but they don’t drink the way we humans do. Their anatomy is obviously quite different from ours, and that includes not having cheeks and lips. With a few exceptions, birds lack the ability to suction liquid into their throats,...

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Recycle Your Hi-VOLT® Bracelet

Recycle Your Hi-VOLT® Bracelet

What should I do when my Hi-VOLT® no longer works? At Voice Aerobics, we are trying to be more eco-conscious. When the battery in your Hi-VOLT® light bracelet no longer works, we hope it represents 45 hours of speech and voice practice with a great outcome. When it’s...

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Mary Spremulli of Voice Aerobics writes a monthly news article in the “Healthy Body” section of Florida Weekly

Home Programs & Training:

  • Voice Aerobics® – 3-Part Workout
  • SpeechVive Device for Persons with Parkinson’s
  • Lingraphica® Aphasia Communication Device
  • Constant Therapy App for aphasia
  • Computerized Home Aphasia Therapy Program (CHAT®)
  • Passy-Muir® Tracheostomy and Ventilator Swallowing and Speaking Valve

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Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) Lessac-Madsen Resonant Voice Treatment (LMRVT) Neurodevelopmental Treatment

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