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SPEAK OUT! & LOUD Crowd

Norton Neuroscience Institute Cressman Neurological Rehabilitation is a proud grant recipient from the Parkinson Voice Project. This grant funding allows our clinic to provide comprehensive, research-driven resources, treatment and maintenance programs, tailored for people with Parkinson’s disease, to improve function and quality of life.

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What Are SPEAK OUT! and LOUD Crowd?

SPEAK OUT! is a therapy program led by a trained speech-language pathologist for people with Parkinson’s disease. The program helps to improve speech and swallowing to the patient’s full potential and prevent decline. SPEAK OUT! consists of 12 sessions across four weeks, then the patient will progress to the LOUD Crowd.

LOUD Crowd is led by a trained speech-language pathologist in a group setting and meets once weekly.  Patients use skills gained during SPEAK OUT! to continue improving speaking, their ability to be heard and their overall quality of life.

For more information on SPEAK OUT! and LOUD Crowd, visit ParkinsonVoiceProject.org.

When and Where Can I Join SPEAK OUT! and LOUD Crowd?

SPEAK OUT! is offered at Cressman Neurological Rehabilitation, either in-person or can be virtual through telehealth with a trained speech-language pathologist. This includes 12 treatment sessions lasting 45 minutes, scheduled two to three days per week. This program is covered by many insurance carriers. Check with your insurance provider to determine copay or cost associated with these services.

LOUD Crowd group meets once weekly with a trained speech-language pathologist, meeting virtually in 2021 with plans to resume in-person meetings in 2022. LOUD Crowd is free of charge, supported by the Norton Neuroscience Institute Resource Center.

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