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A Phonetics Chart for British English
Provides the basic English sounds and the usual phonetic symbols, with examples and downloadable sounds.

Academic Speech-Language Center; Boston University Rehabilitation Services
The Boston University Sargent College Academic Speech- Language Clinic was created to give our students in the Speech-Language Pathology master's program an opportunity to develop their skills in a clinical setting before beginning their first professional jobs. It also provides a low cost alternative to speech therapy to the Boston community.

AFASIC - unlocking speech and language. Some children do not develop speech and language as expected. They may have difficulties with any or all aspects of speech and language - from moving the muscles which control speech, to the ability to understand or use language at all. Such difficulties can have devastating effect on their educational progress and social relationships. AFASIC is the only organisation which helps and represents children and young people with speech and language difficulties and their families across the UK. A summary of AFASIC's activities can be found on the following pages. We hope that you enjoy your visit.

Analytic Listening: A New Approach to Ear-Training
Paper on a method for ear-training and auditory skill assessment of students of phonetics.

Aphasia Hope Foundation
Aphasia Hope Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit foundation that has a two-fold mission: (1) to promote research into the prevention and cure of aphasia and (2) to ensure all survivors of aphasia and their caregivers are aware of and have access to the best possible treatments available.

Apraxia Speaks
Offering hope and help to children with apraxia.

Berard AIT - Auditory Integration Training Sound Therapy
Berard AIT - Auditory Integration Training Sound Therapy and Professional Training Seminars.

British Stammering Association
Your first point of contact for impartial information and support on stammering, also known as stuttering. - Communication Independence for the Neurologically Impaired
Founded by speech pathologists, people with ALS and family members, Communication Independence for the Neurologically Impaired (CINI) is the only not-for-profit organization solely devoted to improving the quality of life of people with ALS/MND (Lou Gehrig's Disease), by disseminating information about the communication technology that can help them.

Cassette of Phonetic Sounds
For speech researchers interested in a standard for phonetic sounds. From University College of London.

Centre for Speech Technology Research
A multidisciplinary research centre that undertakes application-oriented speech research mainly in the areas of speech recognition and synthesis. Has implemented useful software, like the Festival speech synthesis system. Interested in collaborating with outside academic or industrial partners.

Charlotte - Newspeak Communication
Providing assistive technology and speech therapy services in Vermont since 1986.

Contrasted Phonology of English and Portuguese Vowels
English, Portuguese, and Spanish vowels are discussed, and possible errors of Portuguese-speaking students of English are examined.

Prosody-filter to simulate emotional arousal with speech synthesis based on the free-for-non-commercial-use MBROLA synthesis engine available in Java.

English Conversational Grunts
Contains speech samples illustrating the phonetic diversity of non-lexical items in conversation, such as uh-huh, mm-hm, nn-hnn, nyeah, m-kay, together with discussion of their pragmatics.

Four Tones and Downtrend
Preliminary report on pitch realization in Mambila, a language with four level tones.

GritTec Laboratory
Research focused on speech enhancement, speech concealment, voice biometric, speech recognition, and speech synthesis.

Harold Goodglass Aphasia Research Center
The Harold Goodglass Aphasia Research Center (HGARC) is a research facility created to advance the understanding, evaluation, and treatment of language disorders produced by injury or dysfunction of the brain in adults. We focus primarily on individuals who have language deficits or related cognitive disorders resulting from a stroke or other neurologic impairment. Our overriding research goals are to further the understanding of brain-language relations and to translate basic research in cognitive neuroscience to clinical applications, developing creative new approaches to aphasia therapy.

Haskins Laboratory at Yale University
Concentrates on speech synthesis, speech perception.

Help Me Talk Right - Mirla G. Raz (Author)
Speech therapy books for speech pathologists and parents whose children have speech problems with the 'R', 'L', and Lisp. Individuals interested in speech therapy, special education and homeschooling books will want to go to this site.

How to Pronounce "Ghoti"
Brief analysis of why "ghoti" may be pronounced as "fish".

I CAN - Helps Children Communicate
Welcome to I CAN helping children to communicate

IHear Machine Hearing Research
Services, products and information to enable hearing in machines. Includes some demos and details of models of complex sound pattern recognition.

Institute on Communication and Inclusion
For almost two decades the Institute on Communication and Inclusion has been giving a voice and a means to communicate to people with disabilities who may have otherwise been living in silence or isolation. The Institute on Communication and Inclusion (ICI) conducts research and promotes support for people with disabilities to communicate in schools and society.

LIMSI Spoken Language Processing Group
Main activities of the spoken language processing group cover the following domains: speech recognition, speech understanding, dialog systems, speaker and language recognition, speech translation and audio indexation.

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