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Voice Assistants Can Be Valuable in Speech-Language Therapy

Siri, Apple's voice assistant, was introduced in 2011, and since then, a new paradigm has evolved in interaction: using voice assistants (VAs) to play video and audio files, set reminders, control appliances, and search the web.

Because VAs work with simple voice commands, they can provide many benefits to people. As a result, VAs can play a valuable role in speech-language pathologists' service delivery by promoting skill practice and carryover between sessions. Read more in this insightful ARTICLE from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).


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