GREENVILLE, N.C. -
A new study finds a device developed in Greenville could benefit those with Parkinson's Disease.
SpeechEasy, developed by Greenville-based Janus Development Group, was originally designed to help alleviate stuttering, but a study by Rush University in Chicago found the device could benefit those with Parkinson's.
The device is attached to the ear like a hearing aid, and it changes how the person wearing the device hears his voice to better help them talk.
One of the symptoms of Parkinson's is speech problems.
For more information on the device, click here. For more information on SpeechEasy's mobile app, click here.