SPEECHLESS is a valuable educational tool for universities, non-profits, institutions and libraries, in all subjects related to aphasia, stroke, the brain, speech pathology and communications disorders in general.
You can bring SPEECHLESS to your institution by purchasing an educational license. Additionally, if you are just interested in a one-time screening, feel free to contact us here.
HOW TO ACQUIRE AN EDUCATIONAL LICENSE OF THE FILM?
1 - FIRST OF ALL, CONTACT US HERE: and take a 5 minutes look at this website, you will be able to see videos, pictures, meet the characters, etc.
2. YOU CAN WATCH THE FILM BEFORE PURCHASING IT: We offer all of our potential buyers, programmers and members of the press free online previews of the film. Please send us an email to email@example.com with your inquiry.
2 - CHOOSE WHICH OF THE 3 EDUCATIONAL LICENSES YOU'D LIKE (SEE BELOW IN THIS PAGE): Then we will send you a tailored agreement for your institution's needs.
3 - MAKE THE PAYMENT THROUGH OUR SECURE PAYMENT PLATFORM: After the signature of the license, you can make the payment. Our website has a secure method for online payment with any credit/debit card. For other methods of payment (paypal, bank transfer) please contact us.
Once license agreement and payment are settled, you will be sent an email with a link to download a HD version of the film and some extras (extra videos during therapy, post-screening discussion guidelines, stills, trailer, poster, etc). Also, if you have purchased a DVD, it will arrive in approximately 2 weeks.
If you have a limited budget and cannot afford the license, please tell us about your organization and how you’d like to use the film. It is important to us that this film is used as educational tool; therefore we will try to work as closely as possible with you.
WHO PURCHASED A LICENSE ALREADY? These are some of the institutions who already acquired an educational license or a screening of the film:
Arizona University, The University of Iowa, George Washington University, Oklahoma State University, Aphasia Hope Foundation, Adler Aphasia Center, Nova Scotia Aphasia Association, Lehman College City University Of New York, Pacific Stroke Association, Speaking Of Aphasia, Monmouth University, Montevallo University, Western University of Canada, Texas Christian University, St Lawerence College, Mercy College, Gallaudet University, Hofstra University, Bowling Green State University, Fontbonne University, Laurentian University, San Diego State University, University of Nebraska Kearney, University of South Dakota, Dalhousie University, Texas State University, University of Nevada, Portland State University, University of Amsterdam, University of Alberta, California State University East Bay, Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center, University of North Carolina Greensboro, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, Indiana University, Ithaca College, McGill University, University of North Texas, James Madison University, Saint Louis University, Western Washington University, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, University of Montana, Freedonia State University of New York, Iona College, State University of New York College at Cortland, Florida State University, MacEwan University, Radford University, University of the Pacific, Texas Woman's University, Illinois State University, Northern Illinois University, Misericordia University, Elmira College, New York University, SUNY Buffalo State College, Salus University, University of Virginia, Calvin College, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Adelphi University, University of South Alabama, Edinboro University, University of Memphis, William Paterson University, The University of Tennessee Health Science Center, University of Nebraska Omaha, Marshall University, Northern Michigan University, Middle Tennessee State University, La Salle University, St. Ambrose University, Nazareth College, Northern Arizona University, University of Connecticut, Old Dominion University, University of Texas at Dallas, Idaho State University, Bloomsburg University, Touro College, New York Medical College, Augustana College, Eastern Illinois University, Central Michigan University, Seton Hall University, Central Queensland University, University of Minnesota, San Jose State University, University of Toledo, Voice of Hope for Aphasia, Montclair State University, Southeastern Louisiana University, Wayne State University, Syracuse University, Long Island University, Harding University.
CLICK ON THESE LICENSES BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION