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"Change Your Accent: English Pronunciation For Success" - the comprehensive resource for Speech Pathologists and ESL teachers

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"Change Your Accent: English Pronunciation For Success" is the comprehensive resource for Speech Pathologists or ESL teachers who want to improve their accent reduction expertise.

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See Immediate Results with Change Your Accent's Corporate Training Program

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Change Your Accent's corporate training program can have an immediate impact on communication skills

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Read what our clients say about Change Your Accent's proven program and the benefits of successful accent reduction:

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what our clients say about change your accents proven program and the benefits of successful accent reduction

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Accent Reduction and Healthcare Workers

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Healthcare workers, particularly nurses, are in high demand globally and represent a significant, multicultural workforce. Culturally sensitive accent reduction training is essential to support healthcare workers and to empower them with strategies to successfully improve their communication skills for patient safety.

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Are Accents Embarrassing?

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  I read an article this week about a university student in England who published an online letter to her mum called “Dear Mum: I’m sorry I used to be embarrassed about your accent”. The letter was written by Shynee Hewavidana, a University of Cambridge student who has since been asked to speak on BBC Radio’s Asian Network after receiving a lot of attention from people who related to how she felt. The title immediately caught my attention from both a Speech Therapy viewpoint and on a personal level, as my mother also has a very noticeable accent. Truthfully, I’ve...

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