It’s been a while since we posted an update on the progress of the staRt app–time flies! Take a look at our new video showing the staRt app in action. (Thanks to Wendy Liang, Heather Campbell, and Helen Carey for their outstanding work on this video–and of course, thanks to our volunteer participant!) As you can see, the programming team made major improvements to the app over the summer. We are completing final rounds of alpha testing and will be contacting potential beta testers in the near future.


If you will be at the ASHA convention, Heather Campbell and I will be presenting on “Visual-Acoustic Biofeedback for Residual /r/ Errors: Synthesis of Research & Implications for Practice” on Friday from 10:30-11:30, and we’ll include some previews of the staRt app. Hope to see some of you there!


One thought on “New video: staRt app in action! (10/13/16)

  1. As an SLP in a public school, I am very excited for this app to be released. Since the R sound is so elusive and difficult to teach, the aspect of seeing their productions on the screen and having a target to aim for will be just what some students need to finally correct their /r/ sound. Thank you for all your work with this technology!

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