Parkinson Voice Project awards $6.5 million in grants to remove barriers to Parkinson’s speech therapy
$4.5 million awarded to 16 universities across America
Parkinson Voice Project today announced it will award over $6.5 million in education, training, services, and purchase of therapy and research supplies and equipment to universities, hospitals, private practices, and other rehab organizations throughout the U.S. and abroad.
The nonprofit clinic is providing $4.5 million in grants to university speech therapy clinics across America—removing barriers for people with Parkinson’s Disease to improve their speech and swallowing.
Congratulations to the 16 universities across the country awarded 2023 grants to form SPEAK OUT! Research & Therapy Centers. Read their press releases below.
Other SPEAK OUT! Grants
Parkinson Voice Project also awarded more than $2 million in education, training, therapy workbooks and supplies to 245 individual speech-language pathologists and 364 hospitals, universities, private practices, and rehab organizations in 14 different countries around the world.
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