• How To Be Confident When You Have a Stutter

    Many people with stutters struggle with confidence. Studies show that nearly 24% of children and a whopping 60% of adults with a stutter qualified as having social anxiety disorders as well. While having a stutter isn’t ideal, when it comes to being social with a stutter, it’s all about confidence! While you work on improving […]

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  • Public Speaking Tips For Students Who Stutter

    Simple face-to-face social interactions can be troublesome enough when living with a stutter, and being forced to speak in front of your entire class probably doesn’t make things any easier. Thankfully, there are some ways to help calm both your stutter and some of the underlying causes of your stutter. At SpeechEasy, we combine proven […]

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  • 3 Ways to Handle Bullies When Your Child Has A Stuttering Device

    School is back in session! While some students celebrate heading back to class, children who are bullied may not be so enthusiastic. One of the biggest reasons for bullying is having a disability like a stutter. Although stuttering occurs in both children and adults, it’s most commonly reported in children. Out of those children, as […]

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  • What is Speech Play?

    Speech play is a commonly effective method of speech therapy, most often utilized in children’s speech therapy. In addition to recommending a stuttering ear piece for those who face difficulties with speech, the experts at SpeechEasy recommend practicing different elements of speech therapy with your child to educate and encourage them in their speech journey. […]

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  • Tips For Parents With Kids Who Stutter

    Is it sometimes difficult to communicate with your child who stutters? We understand that stuttering comes with many challenges, and at the top of those challenges might be your desire to improve communication between you and your child to help improve their confidence. Until you can get your little one fitted for a SpeechEasy anti […]

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  • Different Classifications Your Stutter May Fall Under

    A stutter or stammer is not uncommon and is absolutely treatable. However, there are different classifications your stutter might fall under. Identifying what classification your stutter falls under could help determine the best course of action for treatment and which SpeechEasy stuttering device is right for you. Developmental Stuttering This type of stuttering occurs in young […]

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  • Identifying Your Child’s Need for an Anti-Stuttering Device

    A stutter, stammer, or childhood-onset fluency disorder is a speech disorder that is characterized by the repetition of sounds, syllables, or words and usually begins between the ages of two and five. While about 80 percent of children who begin stuttering ultimately stop, those who carry their stutter into their school-age years are likely to […]

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  • Stuttering in a Mans World

    Stuttering can happen to anyone. However, studies show that men are four times more likely to develop a stutter than women. These stutters can lead men to become self-conscious and suffer from threatened masculinity. This psychological and emotional trigger can cause long-lasting damage if not addressed. Using an anti stuttering device along with regular therapy, […]

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  • Trauma And Stuttering

    The effects of trauma can come in a variety of symptoms. For some, it’s a mental or emotional dilemma that causes everyday tasks to be difficult. For others, it’s strictly physical. However, in certain cases, a mixture of all of these issues can lead to a common issue: stuttering. Trauma-based stuttering is common and can […]

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  • Words and Sounds That Accelerate Stuttering

    While there are a variety of reasons that a stutter can develop in a person, the specific effects of the stutter can vary greatly among the affected. In most cases, different types of stutters find impediments when using specific words or sounds. Understanding whether it’s a vowel sound or consonant that can cause you to […]

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