“We’re excited to offer these grants to three deserving special education departments,” stated Tom Kloiber, managing director of VocoVision.
(PRWEB) July 05, 2012
VocoVision, a leading provider of telespeech services to school systems, announced that it is offering three $750 grants to special education departments nationwide. To qualify, fill out a grant request form by July 31.
VocoVision’s grant program is designed to financially assist special education departments while increasing awareness of innovative solutions to the speech therapist shortage. It’s estimated that hundreds of thousands of children in the U.S. requiring speech therapy currently have no access to a qualified speech language pathologist due to geographical, social, and economic conditions.
“We’re excited to offer these grants to three deserving special education departments,” stated Tom Kloiber, managing director of VocoVision. “In this environment of ever-tightening school budgets, we realize that any amount of financial assistance helps. Through these grants, we’re aiming to raise awareness of how telespeech services can help schools reduce the cost of providing much-needed speech therapy to their students while improving access to some of the best speech language pathologists nationwide.”
In order to be eligible for one of three grants, simply sign up for a 20-minute demo by July 31 and learn how VocoVision can help your school. To learn more about VocoVision, visit http://www.vocovision.com or call 888-9GO-VOCO.
VocoVision is a leading provider of telespeech services to schools nationwide. With VocoVision telespeech, schools can affordably offer students direct access to the largest network of speech professionals with no geographic constraints.