Speaking hands-free is a desire shared by everyone who has gone through a laryngectomy. With your hands free to make gestures, talking to people will feel more familiar. And when doing everyday things like cooking and being with other people, it is nice to talk without having to occlude your stoma with your finger. Many have said that speaking hands-free feels more like life before the surgery.
Listen to Bill's voice
Bill started speaking hands-free 4 months after his surgery. He is married and has two adult daughters. He works full time as an engineer. Bill uses Provox FreeHands FlexiVoice together with Provox® FreeHands Support™.
Learn how to speak hands-free with Provox FreeHands FlexiVoice
Be more active
With Provox FreeHands you can be more active. Going out and meeting people becomes easier when you speak hands-free. You can be with family and friends in a more natural way and blend in more comfortably. Working life is easier too, especially if you depend on both of your hands to do your job.
Physical activities like cycling, going for a walk, or going to the gym is also less complicated with Provox FreeHands. You simply change from speaking mode to breathing mode. You can still speak while being active, by using your finger.
Click and go
It is no secret that learning to speak hands-free again requires training. Your clinician or speech therapist will help you get started, but once you have learned to use Provox FreeHands it can become second nature to you. Soon you will know when and how to use the different options to suit your needs. Simply click on Provox FreeHands FlexiVoice, and you are ready to go.