Parkinson Voice Project

SPEAK OUT!: A Practical Approach To Treating Parkinson's

SPEAK OUT! addresses the motor speech deficits associated with Parkinsonism. This two-part therapy program was specifically developed to be practical and efficient in order to comply with insurance limitations, productivity standards, and other administrative constraints. The program is based on the teachings of Daniel R. Boone, PhD, CCC-SLP, a world-renowned speech-language pathologist and voice expert, who recognized in the late 1950's that individuals with Parkinson’s could improve their communication if they spoke with “intent.” 
 
SPEAK OUT! combines speech, voice, and cognitive exercises laid out in a SPEAK OUT! Workbook. This training course includes instruction on individual therapy (SPEAK OUT!), group therapy (The LOUD Crowd), documentation, marketing, and Parkinson Voice Project’s music program. There are no certification or renewal fees associated with SPEAK OUT!

Every speech-language pathologist who completes SPEAK OUT! training, whether in-person or online, will have access to SPEAK OUT! Clinical Resources on Parkinson Voice Project's website and is entitled to receive a SPEAK OUT! Therapy Kit as a gift from Parkinson Voice Project.  

In order to have access to the clinical resources and to receive the Therapy Kit, a new SPEAK OUT! Provider must first visit www.ParkinsonVoiceProject.org and login from the homepage. Once a login has been created, Parkinson Voice Project will verify you as a SPEAK OUT! Provider, and then your SPEAK OUT! Therapy Kit will be shipped to you.  International shipping fees apply for Therapy Kits. 

Parkinson Voice Project also provides SPEAK OUT! Workbooks to individuals with Parkinson’s being treated by a SPEAK OUT! Provider. Your patients should contact Parkinson Voice Project directly to order a workbook.  Workbooks are available in English and Spanish. 
 International shipping fees apply to SPEAK OUT! Workbooks, as well.  

To receive a shipping quote or for more information, call 469-375-6500 or email education@ParkinsonVoiceProject.org.

 

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