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Not enough hours in the day for documentation? Get the LSVT Coach – a speech and voice data collection option.

The LSVT Coach is a one of a kind device for LSVT LOUD data collection; it does the work for you so you can focus on your clients. Easy implementation you can use from day on of LSVT LOUD. Invest. Save time. Collect data.

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LSVT Global Team Member Spotlight! Lorraine A. Ramig Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Chief Scientific Officer

Learn more about our LSVT Global Team member, Co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer, Lorraine Ramig, Ph.D., CCC-SLP. Her passion for improving communication and mobility for people with Parkinson’s and other disorders over the last 30+ years is the reason why this LSVT Global team exists today.

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LSVT BIG allowed my client to get to Hawaii for his 52nd anniversary trip!

Read Zach’s inspiring story on how LSVT BIG treatment allowed his client to take the anniversary trip of a lifetime!

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Increase your activity level with U-Step Neuro Walker & Urban Poling

Watch representatives from the U-Step Neuro Walker and Urban Poling show you how their innovative walking devices are designed to prevent falls, increase mobility and function, and improve participation in life’s activities.

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LSVT Global Partner Spotlight! FOX Rehabilitation

Learn more about our 8 year partnership with FOX Rehabilitation and how it has impacted their staff and the lives of the patients they treat. We here at LSVT Global are proud to collaborate with you!

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Want to Learn More About How to Apply LSVT Treatments Beyond Parkinson’s Disease?

Join LSVT LOUD and LSVT BIG Expert Clinicians as they discuss research studies and clinical cases on LSVT treatments applied to individuals with a diagnosis other than PD and how the clinical assessment can help determine if LSVT LOUD or LSVT BIG may be appropriate for select clients on your caseload.

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Tired of your device not understanding your speech? Sign up for Project Euphonia!

LSVT Global has partnered with Google on an exciting project called Project Euphonia to help improve automatic speech recognition software for people with speech impairments. These speech impairments may make using devices like Siri, Alexa, or speech-to-text frustrating. To do this, we need samples of disordered speech to train the system. LSVT Global is recruiting people with speech disorders to help!

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LSVT Global Team Member Spotlight! Jessica Galgano Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Learn more about our LSVT Global Team member Jessica Galgano, Ph.D., CCC-SLP. Jessica is an integral part of our team serving as LSVT LOUD faculty, LOUD for KIDS faculty and our LSVT LOUD clinical expert all while running her own successful private practice. Thank you, Jessica, for all you do for LSVT Global!

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The Acoustic Voice Quality Index (AVQI) in People with Parkinson’s Disease Before and After Intensive Voice and Articulation Therapies: Secondary Outcome of a Randomized Controlled Trial

This study presents the first randomized controlled trial (RCT) examining the effects of two speech treatment approaches, LSVT LOUD and LSVT ARTIC, on voice quality in individuals with Parkinson’s disease (PD). Both treatments were identical in how intensive they were, but LSVT LOUD targeted healthy loudness, whereas LSVT ARTIC focused on articulation. Additionally, an untreated group of individuals with PD also participated in the study, and a group of 20 individuals without PD were included to examine differences in voice quality at pre-treatment.

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LSVT Global Team Member Spotlight! Gary Boyle

Learn more about our LSVT Global Team member Gary Boyle who is one of our LSVT LOUD Volunteer Ambassadors. Gary is an inspiration to all of those around him with his compassion, positivity and eloquent words to share with faculty, fellow volunteers and LSVT clinicians in training. We are so fortunate to have you, Gary, as a part of our team. Thank you for the inspiration you give to us all!

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