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Working as a Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP), Elisa Gielen noticed that the waiting lists at the SLP’s practices kept on growing continuously. Furthermore she realised that many patients did not progress as fast as they might have, and were unable to exercise independently at home. Together with engineer Paul Jenkins, she looked for a solution which, in the end, they found in Canada. In 2009 Paul and Elisa met Marnee Brick and her brother Greg Stutton, the founders of TinyEYE Canada. In Canada, providing Speech and Language Therapy services through telepractice is very common and the approach of TinyEYE Canada is very succesful. Paul and Elisa were impressed by the software and decided: ‘Europe needs to get to know this as well’. TinyEYE Europe was born.