How's My Speech?

Are you curious about your, or your child's, speech quality? 
 

Rosey the Robot can score your speech! It’s free, easy to use and takes only 30 seconds.

 Click on the button below and read the phrase - let's see if Rosey can understands you. Let’s play!

 Important: click, then give permission to use your microphone. 

Disclaimer: This is a limited recording and interpretation tool. It does not take the place of a speech-language evaluation by a Board Certified Speech-Language Pathologist.

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Why is it important to evaluate your Speech?

Speaking is a critical part of our communication and is something we do everyday.

Your communication skills are important to successfully convey your wants and needs. Being able to express yourself clearly allows for others to understand you and for you to avoid unnecessary challenges.

 

Communication difficulties or impairments can lead to low self esteem, underperformance, social challenges, and other unwanted consequences.

What Does a Speech Evaluation Look Like? 

A speech and language evaluation at Better Speech is conducted by a Board Certified Speech-Language Pathologist.

At the time of your evaluation, your Speech-Language Pathologist will gather medical history and inquire about your speech-language development history. They will conduct additional testing in order to determine your communication needs, your personal goals and provide you with further recommendations that may be appropriate during treatment. Some common areas of assessment include:

  • Articulation (speech clarity)

  • Receptive language (comprehension skills)

  • Expressive language (vocabulary, sentence length, etc.)

  • Fluency (stuttering)

  • Voice (hoarseness, breathiness,etc.)

  • Social skills (inferencing, asking questions, etc.)

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How Does Rosey the Robot Work?

Rosey matches your speech to the written phrase you read and identifies whether your speech sounds are the same as the ones in the phrase. 
 

It then provides you with a score for your accuracy, the confidence level that she heard you correctly and the exact words she heard you saying so that you can compare between the original phrase and what were the sounds that were recorded. 

Disclaimer: This is a limited recording and interpretation tool. It does not take the place of a speech-language evaluation by a Board Certified Speech-Language Pathologist.