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Speech Therapy for Parkinson’s disease

Speech therapists help people with Parkinson’s disease with speaking, breathing, and eating. They provide training on how to use vocal cords, lips, tongue, cheek, and muscles that are used when speaking. Speech therapists can also education people with Parkinson’s disease on the various tools and other assistive devices that make communication, such as message boards and voice amplification devices.

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