Empowered Voice Rehabilitation LLC receives Clinical Education Grant for Parkinson Voice Project’s SPEAK OUT!® Therapy Program

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JACKSONVILLE, FL— In honor of World Parkinson’s Day (April 11, 2024), Empowered Voice Rehabilitation LLC is pleased to announce that they have received a Clinical Education Grant to expand their SPEAK OUT! Therapy Program.

The SPEAK OUT! Therapy Program, developed by Parkinson Voice Project®, is an evidence-based program that helps individuals diagnosed with Parkinson’s and related neurological disorders regain and retain their speech and swallowing. This comprehensive program combines individual speech therapy with education and ongoing group support.

“Up to 90% of people with Parkinson’s are at risk of losing their ability to speak. In addition, swallowing complications account for 70% of the mortality rate in this patient population. Our vision at Parkinson Voice Project is to make quality speech therapy accessible to people with Parkinson’s worldwide,” said Samantha Elandary, Parkinson Voice Project’s Founder and Chief Executive Officer.

Empowered Voice Rehabilitation LLC is committed to serving its Parkinson’s community by offering the SPEAK OUT! Therapy Program. Contact Empowered Voice Rehabilitation LLC to schedule an evaluation: 904-539-9930 or visit www.empoweredvoicerehab.org

About Parkinson Voice Project 

Parkinson Voice Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization solely dedicated to helping people with Parkinson’s regain and retain their speech and swallowing. The organization provides SPEAK OUT! Workbooks, online SPEAK OUT! Home Practice Sessions, and a weekly Parkinson’s Sing-Along to complement the speech therapy they will receive at Empowered Voice Rehabilitation LLC. The organization is headquartered in Richardson, Texas, and has trained over 10,000 clinicians in more than 40 countries. For information, visit www.ParkinsonVoiceProject.org.


Submitted by: Ashley Michaelis