All Voices Matter on VoiceMatters.net!

There’s been lots of discussion on VoiceMatters.net in the past couple of weeks.  Thank you for your comments, contributions, and messages.EXPRESS YOURSELF:I’ve always found creative expression to be a wonderful way of sharing.  Here is a poem, written by Louise Bale, Please feel free to share your thoughts…

Lost for Words 

Words should tumble like a waterfall,
roll easy from the tongue
To reassure and comfort,
the old and very young.
But sharing words of caring,
or telling a good joke…

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YOUR VOICE MATTERS:

VoiceMatters.net membership is growing every week.  Here are just a few of the awesome people recently welcomed to the community:

  • Meet Peter – “ I am a voice actor and singer and it has affected my career incredibly and thus seeking answers!
  • Meet Wayne – “I would like to speak to other people who have had (thyroplasty) and compare note’s so to say.
  • Meet Rob –  I connected with Rob after discovering his awesome blog!
  • Meet Meghan – “Five days after my son was born, I noticed my voice sounded weaker…This has been a scary and awakening experience, and it really is a day to day struggle of ups and downs.
  • Meet Katie – “I have tried many different exercises and although some have improved the voice (in the short term) none have solved the problem.
  • Meet Maria – “Something happened up in the plane with a wound that was 5 days old, I think it was the pressure,, but it has really and still is impacting on my life.
  • Meet Diana – “Have just been told this is not a priority for voice specialist so it will be a minimum of 6 months to see about treatment. Unable to work until I can talk.
  • Meet Thomas – “10 year survivor of base of tongue cancer (chemo, rads and surgery) with vocal cord paresis discovered in follow up exam. Awaiting results of scans.
  • Meet more new members….

 

YES, LASERS:

We’re looking for people who have had Laser Cordoctomy…. We need to hear from you!  Please share your knowledge…

 

SAY IT WITH SIGN:

We have a great discussion going about using sign language or ASL to communicate!  Let’s keep it going!

 

SAY IT WITH TECHNOLOGY:

Wow!  There are lots of apps and software people are using to communicate. What’s working for you?  Join the discussion…

 

 

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