ADRI Events to Address How Speech Modification Can Help Those with ALS
November 3, 2015 - als
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The Arts and Design Research Incubator (ADRI) will benefaction dual events about ALS and debate alteration on Tuesday, Nov. 17, featuring Andrea Caban, a highbrow of voice and debate during California State University during Long Beach who wrote and now performs a one-woman uncover about a lady vital with ALS. From noon to 1 p.m., Caban will pronounce about “Voicework, Accent Modification and ALS: A Case Study in Prolonging a Ability to Speak.” At 5:30 p.m., she will benefaction a seminar prolongation of her one-woman show, “Voice Bank,” about a lady with ALS who fights for a ability to keep speaking. Both events, giveaway and open to a public, take place in 16 Borland Building.
In her noontime lecture, Caban, who is associate executive and master clergyman of Knight-Thompson Speechwork, will plead how she helped a lady with ALS make specific accent and respirating changes to lengthen her ability to pronounce as prolonged as possible. After being lerned in a initial partial of Knight-Thompson Speechwork, a client, an actress, was means to pronounce some-more easily, nonetheless her voice was really opposite from her “original voice.” The display will embody video of a subject’s debate both before and after her work with Caban.
At 5:30 p.m., Caban will benefaction her one-woman show, destined by Amanda McRaven, about her client, Terry. Caban plays both herself and Terry, who she helps to conduct her surpassing symptoms.
For some-more on Caban, revisit http://www.andreacaban.com.
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ADRI, partial of a College of Arts and Architecture Research Office, provides support for high-impact humanities and pattern investigate projects. For some-more information, revisit https://sites.psu.edu/adri or call 814-865-5126.