Singing helps improve speech impediments

Singing helps people with a range of difficulties including Parkinson's disease, aphasia post-stroke, stuttering and autism. Many studies have been done over the years and results are very consistent.


Singing activates many areas of the brain simultaneously. Singing exercises practised along with a metronome can also aid in the recovery from such illnesses.


During singing lessons, a good singing teac

her with custom-designed vocal exercises to suit each student. When there is an impairment involved this becomes a powerful tool for recovering from injury or illness.

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