The most accessible
Digital coach and speech tracker to unlock the potential of people who stutter. Our mission is to transform your life.
Team BeneTalk are proud to announce that we are part of the Microsoft UK "AI For Good" tech startup programme.
BeneTalk are carrying out a study with the University of Reading at the moment and are planning more research studies into stuttering in the future. If you are interested, please go to email@example.com
Personalised therapy and real-time feedback by monitoring breathing and phonation.
Out-of-the-clinic practice during everyday conversations, even in noisy environments.
Continuous maintenance and preventative reinforcement that help you stay on track.
Objective performance history & nudges by a buddy bot to improve confidence and give emotional support.
Wearable, not visible to others so it can be used in challenging speaking situations.
BeneTalk is a biofeedback device and mobile app to monitor breathing, speech patterns, and provide real-time feedback and performance history tracking, assisting people who stutter to improve their speech during daily activities.
People who stutter do not always experience disruption to their speech. As a result, they only tend to use speech management techniques in difficult speaking situations outside of their comfort zone. However, these techniques are ineffective if only used when fear is high. This is precisely why it is important to remember and practice speech habits as much as possible, even in situations that are not critical.
The harder I practice, the luckier I get.
Comfortable belt around the chest that tracks your particular breathing and speaking habits during the day.
The belt gives haptic feedback whenever you do not use your breathing or speech techniques during the day, so new correct habits are built.
Record performance history and set targets to make your learning experience more gentle or intense.
The idea was born in 2017: creating a device to monitor breathing, speech patterns, and to provide real-time feedback to assist people who stutter (PWS) in out-of-clinic scenarios.
“I was contemplating getting a tattoo on my wrist that said ‘slow’” - Harry Browning