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A student with a stutter is using virtual reality to help people get over speech impediments

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A student with a stutter is using virtual reality to help people get over speech impediments
A student at Nottingham Trent University has created virtual reality software designed to help people with speech impediments. 24-year-old MSc Medical Product Design student Gareth Walkom has had a stutter from the age of six, and therefore has first-hand experience of how big an impact a speech impediment can have on someone’s life. His software provides exposure therapy, placing users in a variety of scenarios and challenges them to confront social anxieties in VR. 
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