• 5 Ways Adults Can Develop a Stutter

    It is common to see young children stutter as they are developing their language abilities. It is uncommon to see adults develop a stutter out of the blue, but it does happen. Referred to as acquired or late onset stuttering, it can develop for multiple reasons. 1. Neurogenic Stuttering This is the most common form […]

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  • Different Types of Stuttering

    Stuttering is a speech disorder that affects 5-10% of all children. Most children will outgrow their stuttering, but up to 25% will continue to stutter throughout adulthood. Stuttering can be present as uneven speech rate, halts in speech or repeated words and sounds. If these signs are showing early, intervention can help resolve these problems. […]

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  • Is My Child’s Stuttering Normal or Should I Be Concerned?

    As your child advances in their toddler stage they are becoming increasingly verbal. You may notice they can stumble on their words or have trouble saying certain ones. This can be concerning, especially if this stutter is appearing out of the blue. About 75% of children who experience stuttering in their early stages outgrow it […]

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  • Helping Your Child Cope With A Stutter

    Many young kids go through a stage of stuttering between the ages of 2 to 5. They repeat certain syllables, words or phrases, prolonging them or stopping. Stuttering is a form of dysfluency, which is an interruption in the flow of speech. Typically, most youngsters tend to lose the stuttering around the age of 5, […]

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  • List of Famous People Who Stutter

    Stuttering affects people of all ages and of all walks of life. People who stutter often think they’re alone and become embarrassed by their speech impediments. However, the truth is that they are not alone and that many people are affected by stuttering. Even people that we look up to and see on television have […]

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  • The Best Toy Options For Speech Delayed Children

    There are thousands of toys on the market today and it can be difficult to tell which ones would be able to aid my child in their speech development. Every child develops differently, but here are some tips on what to look for when purchasing toys for your little one. 1 – Don’t purchase toys […]

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  • Get Siblings Involved In Your Child’s Therapy

    Meeting with a speech pathologist is a great way to help your child’s speech development. When you have multiple children, they may not understand why their sibling is having therapy sessions and they aren’t. They may begin to feel excluded, so incorporating them in therapy sessions can have some great benefits. A Great Role Model […]

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  • Speech & Hearing Development Milestones

    The first few months of a child’s development can have impacts on their speech later on in life. As a parent, you may be questioning if there is a problem arising in my child’s speech. This may be the case, so it is important for parents to learn about the speech milestones and when they […]

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  • What Is Speech Fluency?

    Speech Fluency is a term used in Speech Pathology that describes sounds, syllables, words and phrases when joined together. There are various forms of fluency, whether referred to speaking another language, reading, or singing. Speech fluency adheres to an individual’s ability to speak smoothly and easily. Fluency Disorders Fluency disorders refer to a category of […]

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  • Causes & Remedies For Stuttering Toddlers

    What is Stuttering Stuttering, or disfluency, is nothing more than a disruption of the normal patterns of speech. Stuttering can take many forms, including the repetition of a sound, the prolonging of certain noises, or an omission can occur in the form of a stop. These are common for children between 2 to 5. Causes […]

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