Losing one’s voice does not mean their voice in this world is minimized. However, many dealing with chronic voice problems find themselves encountering a world not designed for those with limited or no voice.
The truth is, the vast majority of people in the world are not familiar with vocal disorders. This lack of exposure means there is a tremendous lack of understanding and, in turn, unintentional insensitivity to the population silenced by voice issues.
We believe increasing awareness of vocal disorders (and the challenges that come with it) will create a social movement around the need for:
- Access to quality care
- Funding for clinical trials and research
- Social and professional accommodations for voice restrictions
- and more…
Our efforts include, but are not limited to:
- Online marketing and social campaigns
- Published articles and interviews
- Social forums accessible to the general public
If you have a chronic voice problem, please know your voice matters!