The See-Scape detects nasal emission of air during speech and gives you an objective assessment of nasal emission immediately. See-scape gives an indication of air flow pressure rather than nasality but in so doing indicates a lack of velopharyngeal competence that is perceived as hypernasality. -Mayer Johnson
CSD First Year Grad
The clinic is now open, and we are all in the process of adjusting to our new schedules and new clients. Though we miss our clients from the fall semester, it’s exciting to get to form a bond with someone new.
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