CompleteSpeech raises $100,000 to Sponsor over 25 Children in Guatemala and the United States with Advanced Tools for Speech Therapy

Top Quote CompleteSpeech has agreed to sponsor more than 25 children in both Latin and North American to have speech therapy and to have the most advanced tools available in speech. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) July 16, 2015 - Provo, Utah - More than 25 children needing speech therapy due to various conditions including articulation delay, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Autism, and deafness have received over $100,000.00 in the most advanced speech therapy tools available and speech therapy services thanks to CompleteSpeech, a local Utah company.

    The development of The SmartPalate System by CompleteSpeech and other advanced tools such as the VowelViz iOS app have changed the time needed for success to create a correct sound from years to potentially just months or weeks. Now this advanced technology is available to families in need thanks to generous sponsors.

    CompleteSpeech is providing free or discounted tools and speech therapy for low income families who qualify. Details are provided at

    "Millions of children, teens and adults in the United States and across the world are receiving speech therapy at their own expense. CompleteSpeech is offering assistance to those who qualify by partnering with generous individuals and organizations who have donated to a sponsorship fund. Sponsors include philanthropists, business owners, speech-language pathologists, and other charitable individuals, including parents." explained Joshua Larsen, Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

    Sponsorship opportunities are currently available for CompleteSpeech member's clients who are receiving speech therapy and meet any of the following criteria:
    -is receiving therapy for delayed articulation and meets low income requirements
    -is deaf or hearing impaired and working on improving vocal speech (includes cochlear implant recipients)
    -has received reconstructive cleft palate surgery
    -is a teenager with Down Syndrome, Autism or Cerebral Palsy working on articulation

    To apply, request an application and a selection committee will review your eligibility with available sponsorship funds and notify you of any available benefits.

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