A community designed for people affected by vocal disorders
You spoke and we listened. We are counting down to the launch of the most exciting improvement for VoiceMatters.net since 2008!
Our new website will go live early this week! We are in final testing phases now.
What do I need to do?
Nothing, at this time. We will take care of everything and keep you informed of how to access the new website once it goes live.
When will the new site be online?
The new site is planned to go LIVE between Monday (June 20) and Tuesday (June 21)
UPDATE: There has been a delay in launching the new website. We are having to move the website to a new web server. Once this is complete, we will notify you of when the new site is online and ready for you to access.
Will I still have access to the information on our current (old) site?
Yes, indeed. We have worked with the developer to carry over as much information as possible. This includes blogs, profiles group information, and more.
How will I find the new website?
The new site will be a part of our awareness site (VocalDisorders.org). However, you will still be able to access it by typing www.VoiceMatters.net into your internet browser.
Will I have to recreate my profile?
No, your profile and other information will be available on the new site You will be able to log into the new site and continue communicating with the many connections VoiceMatters.net has allowed you to make.
Will I use my current username and password to log into the new site?
For security purposes, all passwords will be reset when moving to the new site. You will receive an email (to your registered VoiceMatters.net email address) with your new password and login information.
What if I need help or cannot access the new site?
You may send any questions, concerns, or issues to info@Vocaldisorders.org. We will work together to get things figured out.
Greetings! This site is a forum for connecting and supporting people with various vocal disorders. We also welcome family/friends/supporters of those who deal with the disorders and professionals who provide treatment and/or research in these areas.