Speaking loud enough to carry on a conversation shouldn’t have been so difficult for me. For years, I’ve been searching for a product that would help me strengthen my quiet Parkinson’s voice. I wanted the product to be easy to use, convenient and it could be used at home, reasonably priced and one that provides feedback. I found just what I was looking for in two of the products that were recently placed on the market by Mary Spremulli of Voice Aerobics—the Hi-VOLT 4PD and the calibrated Hi-VOLT™ Voice on Light Bracelet. Mary is a speech pathologist, who has also become a friend of mine, and because of that, I often get to test out new products before the general public.
The Hi-VOLT™ 4 PD products are easy to use and help me to practice my voice exercises at home. I merely put the audio CD into my computer and, I place the bracelet on my wrist and turn it on.
These products are economically priced, re-inforce the principles I learned in many sessions of prior voice treatment, and now,. I obtain-savings by not having to make co-pays for office visits and eliminate travel expenses because I do my voice practice from home.
The bracelet with the flashing light provides positive feedback indicating that I am speaking loud enough to carry on a conversation.
And that’s all that I really wanted: to carry on a conversation.
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The current voice-on-light has a battery life of 30 continuous hours, so, that’s about one month of daily voice practice. But, Mary tells me that many of her patients are wanting to use the calibrated bracelet all day, so, she is currently investigating options for a rechargeable battery or one that can be easily replaced.