Zak Rubin

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Children with cleft palate or lip learn to speak in a way that compensates for the cleft. Their speech becomes unintelligible even after surgery to correct the cleft. Most children undergo speech therapy for many years after the surgery. The boring nature of the cleft speech therapy often causes children to abandon home exercises. We posit that a game that(More)
Individuals with cerebral palsy (CP) struggle with conditions such as dysarthria, dysphagia, and dyspraxia as they speak. While speech therapy is successful in practice, outside practice requires increased commitment and effort from caregivers. Researchers developed a speech recognition game designed to encourage out-of-office exercises and motivate users(More)
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