RiteCare Center asks Georgia Southern community to lend their voice to help others find theirs
Georgia Southern University’s RiteCare Center for Communications Disorders is asking students, faculty and staff to lend their voice in an effort to help those who struggle with speech to improve their communication.
The RiteCare Center’s third annual Voice Drive is happening now through May. Individuals are encouraged to collect voice recordings to submit to a human voicebank. Individuals with voice or speech loss from conditions such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), apraxia, aphasia and Huntington’s disease, among others, can later access the recordings to help create a voice for themselves. Read full story here.
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