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      Dagmar Munn
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      Living with ALS has taught me to adapt, adapt, and adapt. Because ALS symptoms tend to change, change, and change. And one of the symptoms I’ve been learning to adapt to is dysarthria, or losing the ability to speak.

      Like every other ALS patient with dysarthria, I was told by my medical team that eventually I would lose the ability to speak and that assistive technology would speak for me. I didn’t want to give up so easily.

      In this week’s column I wrote about what I’ve been doing to keep speaking with the voice I have. Listen! Can You Hear Me Now?

      Have you tried any of these options and, did they work for you? What else are you doing to keep on talking?

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