SPEECH SOUNDS VISUALIZED
VISUALIZE SPEECH TO ACCELERATE LEARNING
Created by a Speech Language Pathologist, the Speech Sounds Visualized app increases engagement and learning by showing how sounds are formed through unique x-ray videos and animation.
Switch between innovative x-ray videos and 3D animations to see how speech sounds are formed
Recording capability to master sounds, words, and sentences
Training which begins at the sound level and advances through sentences
Written instructions provided by a Speech Language Pathologist
AN APP FOR PRONUNCIATION
Speech Sounds Visualized is an interactive teaching tool for Speech and Language Pathologists and educators that is unlike any other!
Want to see exactly how the English speech sounds are made? Simply select the sound(s) you wish to visualize, then watch the stunning x-ray videos accurately show how each sound is formed in the mouth. In addition to the unique x-ray images, we also provide incredible 3D animations for each and every sound.
Written instructions describing how each sound is formed are provided by the Speech Language Pathologist who created the app. Additional features, including recording capability, enable app users to reach expected outcomes earlier. The R-package is especially useful for anyone working to conquer this extremely challenging sound!
How to Use Speech Sounds Visualized
Speech Language Pathologist, Keri Jones, shares how to use Speech Sounds Visualized in this helpful user guide!
SSV IN THE NEWS
Keri's interview with Super Duper at ASHA 2019
MEET THE TEAM
Speech Sounds Visualized was developed out of the Speech Therapy Department at Pullman Regional Hospital, a critical access hospital in southeast Washington State. The app was launched in the App Store in 2017.
Keri Jones, M.A., CCC-SLP
Creator of Speech Sounds Visualized. Keri has been a practicing Speech Language Pathologist for over 20 years.
Becky supports employee led product development and innovative process improvements at Pullman Regional Hospital.
YES! IT WORKS!
"I used your app with an 8-year old working on /ch/. With my cues, the recording and the videos...he got it!"
Speech Language Pathologist