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Old 01-15-2010, 09:26 PM   #1
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Hello, My name is Lauri. I am thinking about going with one of those anti stutter devices. I would like some input on some of them please. I am thinking about StutterFree and SpeechEasy. Has anyone have an opinion? Thank you, Lauri

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Old 01-16-2010, 03:21 PM   #2
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Re: Stuttering

I don't know much about your problem,but I do know this; I watched over closed-
circuit TV of my CEO who gave a talk and stuttered a lot. I don't know if it is public knowledge,but I saw him on national Public TV ,years later,and he spoke PERFECTLY
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Thanks for the reply, but now I have some info on the device calledStutterFree and some on Speech easy. No one out there can say anything about any other devices? Thank you, Lauri

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Re: Stuttering

Hello, Lauri. Those type of devices, in most cases, usually will help for a few weeks or so and then your old speech pattern will reappear. Most of these devices use what is called DAF or delayed auditory feedback. You can ******** free software and see if DAF works for you. They also have this on the iphone and such for far less the price of say the speech easy, which cost around 5 grand. I know many of my friends who bought these devices and no longer use them including me. Good luck to you.

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