• Speaking With Someone Who Stutters

    When speaking with someone who stutters, keep in mind that they are aware of their condition and may have struggled with their confidence in speaking in the past and/or present. It is not always easy to speak to others, whether it be a good friend or a complete stranger. To someone who does not stutter, […]

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  • Busting Myths About Stuttering

    Stuttering is a speech disorder that varies regularly for each and every person. For example, on some days you may stutter significantly, and on others, you may not. Stuttering can often be misunderstood, which has lead to quite a few common myths.  Will You Outgrow It? Many people think that stuttering is something that can […]

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  • Accepting Your Stutter

    Whether you are an adult or a pre-teen, young or old, stuttering can be a hard challenge to overcome. You may feel as if others will never fully understand you when you speak, or that your life would be easier if you could just stop stuttering. While your feelings are completely valid, there are some […]

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  • 4 Goals For Those Who Stutter

    Although there is no cure to stuttering, there are ways that you can stutter more easily. When you become more comfortable with your speech, you become more comfortable with yourself. That new-found confidence will make speaking a bit easier while making listeners more comfortable as well. Here are a few goals to strive for if […]

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  • How Stuttering Affects Fluency

    If you are a person who stutters, this means that your speech pattern contains an abnormal amount of disruptions that stop the forward flow of speech due to their frequency or duration. A disruption in speech is called a disfluency. Fluency is the effortless flow of speech, and stuttering affects all four parts of fluency: […]

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  • Is My Toddler Stuttering?

    As toddlers and preschoolers begin to develop their communication skills, it can be hard to infer whether or not they are truly stuttering. They may stumble over words or repeat themselves in the middle of a sentence. However, it is not uncommon for young children to have disfluencies in their speech. They may also have […]

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  • Quick Tips to Help Reduce Stuttering

    Stuttering is a common condition that causes difficulty in speaking fluently. SpeechEasy devices utilize the “choral effect,” in which your stutter is dramatically reduced or even eliminated when you speak or sing in unison with others. With the help of a SpeechEasy device, you can improve your stuttering tenfold. However, we also have some tips […]

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  • Stuttering Exercises for Children at Home

    For many children, stuttering comes at one point in their life and fades away. It can also be decreased with speech therapy and psychological support. Here are some stepping stones to begin helping your child overcome their stutter: Teach Pausing Pausing is a helpful technique for people who stutter. Teach your child to pause after […]

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  • Job Seekers Who Stutter Can Become Great Employees

    Searching for a job for any individual is difficult. From having to find the right job that fits your experience, to the work that you will be doing, to thinking about external factors as well. Those who stutter are faced with a difficult task of having to go through various interviews. Employers who dismiss candidates […]

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  • What Types of Stuttering Are There?

    What is Stuttering? Stuttering is a speech disorder where the flow of speech is disrupted by involuntary repetitions and prolongations of sounds, syllables, words, or phrases. Involuntary repetitions, silent pauses or blocks in which the person who stutters cannot produce sounds. The condition can last from several weeks to years. Stuttering develops in about 5% […]

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