iStutter receives EU funding to develop Stuttering Diagnostic Prototype
Amazing news! Our application to European Union’s Horizon 2020 DIGI-B-CUBE was approved! Together with Nicolas Delaunay (French/ Portugal), Dirk Dresch, from Sherlock Gaming Intelligence (Switzerland) we will develop a patient-centered prototype primarily dedicated to the diagnostic of stuttering using VR and biosensors, a speech condition which impacts 71 million people worldwide.
We aim at providing Speech and Language Pathologists (SLP) with broader and multidimensional data points to improve diagnostic and therapeutic approaches’ adequacy.
We will keep the stuttering community – people who stutter and families, as well as SLP and researchers – fully informed along the process.
Very much looking forward to start working!