Helping people with speech disabilities communicate on their own.
When you can’t be easily understood, you don’t just lose your ability to connect with family and friends. You also lose much of your independence.
Voiceitt’s mission is to help restore both.
Danny Weissberg founded the company after his grandmother suffered a stroke leaving her speech impaired. Now Danny and the Voiceitt team are revolutionizing speech recognition so everyone has the freedom to communicate on their own — and be understood.
Assistive technology that’s easy to use.
The Voiceitt App is inclusive and specially designed for people with speech disabilities caused by cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s disease, stroke, ALS, Down’s syndrome, brain injuries, and more.
What makes Voiceitt unique is that you can access it from your smartphone or tablet, anytime, anywhere. The Voiceitt App uses advanced technology to recognize your unique vocal patterns. It works no matter your language, accent, or dialect.
How to use Voiceitt
Unlike other speech recognition technologies, we designed Voiceitt to be used independently, even if you have complex needs. You simply “teach” the app to recognize your voice by saying specific phrases.
Once the app learns your voice, it does something truly life-changing: it helps you communicate by speaking through your mobile phone or tablet. That means more freedom and control in a variety of everyday settings.
Voiceitt also works with home automation devices like Alexa on Amazon Echo devices. So you can take advantage of the same technologies that many people regularly use throughout their homes. Speak to the app and easily turn on lights, change the TV channel or adjust the thermostat.
Making a real difference in people’s lives.
Michael and Wendy are a husband and wife team living in Western New York. Both are wheelchair-bound and Michael has cerebral palsy. They outfitted their home for maneuverability, but many everyday tasks were still a challenge, especially for Michael.
The Voiceitt App has changed their lives in so many ways. Thanks to Voiceitt’s integration with Amazon Alexa, now Michael can now turn the TV on or off by himself, using just his voice. That gives him more freedom and reduces his reliance on caregivers. Watch Michael and Wendy’s story here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqk0fiB8kAo
Wendy gets emotional when talking about the impact that Voiceitt is making in their lives. “We waited for this for so long. [Voiceitt] is such a wonderful gift in so many ways,” she says. “You have no idea how many doors you’re going to be opening for so many people.”
Get your voice back with Voiceitt.
Help Voiceitt get even better with Project Ensemble.
We’re currently developing the next generation of speech recognition technology and are looking for support from the community. If you’re a non-standard speaker, you’re invited to submit voice recordings via the Project Ensemble dashboard. As a thank you, eligible participants, who complete 1,000 recordings will receive a gift card (after the recordings are reviewed and approved).
Who’s eligible for Project Ensemble?
The program is open to individuals ages 13+ whose speech has been affected by cerebral palsy, ALS, Parkinson’s disease, Down syndrome, stroke, brain injury, or other disabilities.
Founded in 2012, and headquartered in Tel Aviv, Voiceitt’s mission is to help people with speech disabilities live more connected, independent lives. Our proprietary assistive technology helps people access mainstream speech recognition tools like Amazon’s Alexa. More importantly, Voiceitt helps people communicate verbally — and be understood. The company has been featured in international media, including Forbes, Amazon Science, and The New York Times.