Voice Therapy Resources
Speech and Voice Therapy
Voice therapy is used to improve voice health, strength and stamina, to improve speech intelligibility, and for voice restoration. Voice therapy exercises are useful for occupational voice users, such as professional speakers, singers, performers, media hosts, teachers and more. They are also beneficial for individuals with voice disorders. Voice disorders abnormally affect one’s speech in different ways, such as:
Voice disorders can develop at any stage of life and for many different reasons, including:
- Cancerous and non-cancerous growths
- Vocal cord weakness or fatigue
- Nerve problems
Individuals may seek professional help in exercising/training their voice, or in treating their vocal disorder. Voice therapy is typically organized by clinicians, speech-language pathologists, and vocal coaches and educators.
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Voice Therapy Exercises Resources
Plural Publishing offers extensive resources for clinicians, speech-language pathologists, vocal coaches and teachers who are organizing voice therapy plans, or looking to expand their knowledge and get up-to-date research and case studies. For educators and students, we offer academic learning materials for related fields, such as otolaryngology, speech pathology, and nursing. Most academic textbooks are available in print or eBook format, and include supplementary content and tools on our companion website. We also offer resources for individuals looking for voice therapy exercises and related information. For the curious reader, we offer related books written by academics, such as The Power of the Voice, Obesity and Voice and Is Your Voice Telling On You? How to Find and Use Your Natural Voice.
Top Selling Voice Therapy Exercise Books
Order this third edition book to learn more about exercises for voice therapy. Updated, Copyright 2020.