A Mobile app to help you learn and
practice speech therapy exercises
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Spend 20-40 minutes a day practicing various speech therapy exercises in the app.
Develop insights into stuttering and your speech mechanism. Overcome fear and anxiety with real life practice.
Increase fluency, reduce secondary behaviors, learn to live confidently. Fight stuttering, become a Stamurai.
What people ask
What people will say
Deals with stammering, introduction, why it happens, various techniques to curb it. All are perfectly described in this app. Also the video conferences with other persons in this app has instilled a lot of confidence in me.
I don't have the time to see an in office Speech Therapist since I work a 9 to 5 so this is great for me. I am determined to beat my stutter and this app finally gives me hope to succeed in fluency in the privacy of my home.
Thank you for the amazing app. It's definately working for me. Also the support team is very very helpful, solves the problem on the same day.
Famous people who stutter
The stutterer must conquer his own problems - no one else can do the job for him.
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Stuttering is when disfluencies disrupt the forward flow of speech due to their severity or high frequency. Experts characterize stuttering by the unnaturally high frequency and/or prolonged stoppages in speech. There are three core behaviours one can find in the speech of people who stutter - repetitions of sounds, syllables or monosyllabic words, prolongation of sounds and blocks or blockage of airflow in speech. People who stutter often develop “management” tactics to bypass words they find difficult to pronounce. These are called secondary behaviours.
Treatments for stuttering are most effective when they are started in the earliest. Treatments vary depending on the severity and the age of the person who stutters.
Ever since he was a child, he was aware of his stuttering. So much so, that whenever his parents took him to a pool party for neighbourhood kids or a birthday party, he could feel his chest tighten and breathing stop.
As a child who stutters, social interactions in school and on the playground are difficult as it is. But if further complicated by bullying and teasing, it can make them retreat into a shell of loneliness and isolation.