What is Accent Reduction Therapy?
Adults may seek accent reduction/modification therapy if they are experiencing difficulty being understood in the following situations:
- When speaking with their boss, colleagues or employees
- When interacting with clients over the telephone
- When delivering work-related presentations or hosting meetings
- During social interactions with family and friends
Accent Reduction Training
Accent reduction training is offered to those who wish to modify their pronunciation with the aim that others better understand their speech. Accent reduction training works towards clearer and concise speech as well as helps increase self-confidence. At Anderson Therapy Services, our team uses materials and modification techniques developed by LDS, one of the world leaders in accent reduction training. Written materials, audio-recordings, and computer programs are used in conjunction with individual and group coaching to provide the skills needed for successful accent reduction. Our materials are specially designed to provide intensive and practical instruction for the non-native English speaker.
Accent reduction training begins with an extensive evaluation of speech patterns then develops into an individualized program to help achieve optimal results.
Our comprehensive training includes:
- Pronunciation of job-related terminology
- Role playing of important business and social encounters
- Introduction of consonant and vowel systems
- Intonation instruction covering pitch, stress and the melodic “flow” of the English language
- Online or in-person training options
Are Difficulties Holding You Back?
Let us know how we can help.
The clinicians at Anderson Therapy Services will try their best to work with your schedule and offer you therapy services at your convenience. To learn more about our services, contact us at (289) 238-8598 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
We provide therapy services at our Dundas and Burlington locations to children, adults and seniors across the Greater Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, Mississauga, and communities in Northern Ontario and Quebec.