LSVT Global launches Online LSVT LOUD Training and Certification for speech clinicians


(NYC, New York) LSVT Global, Inc. introduces Online LSVT LOUD Training and Certification. Online LSVT LOUD is a comprehensive training in LSVT’s evidence-based LOUD treatment for people with neurological disorders including Parkinson Disease. The course teaches fundamentals underlying key treatment elements, efficacy data supporting treatment outcomes,details of treatment tasks and practical considerations. Previously available only through live workshops, the new Online LSVT LOUD Training and Certification makes it much easier for speech clinicians to receive high quality training without the inconvenience and expense of travel.

"We believe that this online training will make LSVT LOUD certification more convenient and economical, making LOUD treatment available to more people with speech disorders. In conjunction with our recently introduced LOUD Companion software, clinicians can treat twice as many clients with the same high efficacy” stated Mr. Frank Shinneman, President and CEO.
This development was partially supported by a grant from the Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinson disease and was developed in collaboration with Simbionix Inc. a worldwide leader in the development of learning management systems.

If you know of a clinician that might benefit from this new online training, please refer them to LSVT Global.

About LSVT Global: LSVT Global provides innovative speech and whole body treatments to
improve the quality of life of adults and children with neurological disorders, such as Parkinson
disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke and cerebral palsy by enabling them to communicate and
move more effectively.

LSVT Global’s business is founded on two main pillars. The company offers clinical training to
health care practitioners around the world and delivers treatments via Telemedicine and other
technological applications.

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For business development and investor relations please contact: Mr. Shinneman at Tel.: (908) 305-4986.

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