What is BeneTalk?
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.Keep reading
What is BeneTalk?
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.
How can a wearable speech tracker change the life of someone who stutters?
“I was contemplating getting a tattoo on my wrist that said ‘slow’” - Harry Browning
The Camperdown Program
The Camperdown Program is an instruction-free method, which makes it easy to learn. The person who stutters follows a model and develops their own technique.
Is there research evidence to support that the participants in our study will show significant progress?
Is there research evidence to support that the participants in our study will show significant progress and that the BeneTalk device will make a difference?
What can technology do for people who stutter?
Speech and Language Therapists are constantly striving to improve traditional therapy approaches, but so far they have not been able to develop an instrument...
It’s ok to stutter
“What I want to say is worth waiting for!”, encouraging people to be more tolerant and patient with people who stutter.
We are running a clinical study, how can you help?
We are carrying out a clinical study with the University of Reading from January 2020, and you can be a part of it!
How to manage spoken communication every day
...any change of habit requires continuous practice. This commitment is usually easy to achieve in direct therapy sessions but more difficult to uphold outside the clinic...
Why build a digital coach and tracker for people who stutter?
BeneTalk is a biofeedback device and mobile app that monitors breathing and speech patterns, and provides real-time feedback and performance history tracking...