We perceive sound via the audio-vocal loop. Then, we analyze it, assimilate it, and continuously adjust in response to it. This process relies upon auditory discrimination, phonological awareness, and rhythm. Forbrain®, an altered auditory feedback (AAF) device, takes advantage of this audio-vocal loop & heightens a user’s perception of his own voice & speech through bone conduction headphones that are equipped with a high sensitivity microphone. As the user talks into the microphone, a patented electronic dynamic filter blocks out environmental noise & amplifies the user’s voice, enhancing long vowels and other sounds that are the building blocks of language.
This study conducted by Dr.Leonard Trujillo examined the relationship between IM protocol and cognitive plasticity along with cognitive retention and fine motor skills of older adults. The protocol was done with[...]
Individuals who struggle with speech, language and literacy skills tend to display impaired motor coordination and poor timing compared to more normally functioning peers. A new, groundbreaking study provides strong[...]
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