One out of every 15 kids has a speech impediment. When a toddler says "wabbit" instead of "rabbit," it may be cute, but as the child grows older, it can be the source of cruel taunts and teasing. What's more, conventional speech therapy can take months and may never completely fix the problem. But now a new device arms therapists with a set of tools that can correct the problem with unprecedented precision and speed.
This post was originally published on Smartplanet.com