• Alternative Treatments for Stuttering

    Although there is no cure for stuttering, alternative treatments are very popular on the internet. Some may be helpful, but others are simply a scam. If you are searching for alternative treatment besides speech therapy, be sure to view them with healthy skepticism. A survey conducted by the National Stuttering Association in 2002 showed that […]

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  • The Choral Effect

    Speech is the process of producing specific sounds that convey meaning to the listener. A speech disorder refers to any condition that affects a person’s ability to produce sounds that create these words. Up to 8 million people in the United States have some form of language impairment, including over 3 million Americans who stutter […]

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  • Mindfulness Meditation to Help in Your Stuttering Journey

    Stuttering is considered to be a speech disorder in which people may repeat or prolong sounds, syllables, or words. Approximately 5-10% of all children will experience stuttering at some point in their lives. However, most will outgrow this within a few months or even years. For children whose stuttering persists into their adulthood lives, you […]

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  • To-Do List for Parents of Children Who Stutter

    If your child is exhibiting signs of stuttering, there is no need to panic. There are many things that you and your child both can do to increase their chances of successful speech development. Here are a few ways to start: Educate Yourself You will be able to make informed decisions for your child if […]

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  • Stuttering Therapy

    Stuttering involves repeating or prolonging sounds, syllables, or words. Some symptoms may appear that are part of a child’s normal speech and language development. If the symptoms last for more than 6 months, started after age 3.5, has increased over time, or if there is a family history of stuttering, you may consider visiting a […]

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  • Goals of Stuttering Therapy

    Stuttering may be a lifelong part of talking for some, but that does not mean that it has to interfere with other aspects of life. If you are the parent of a child who stutters, it can be a difficult decision whether to introduce your child to a speech therapist. Some parents may be concerned […]

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  • The Listener: 5 Tips to Follow

    Stuttering is a condition that is widely misunderstood, leading to widespread stigma. A person who stutters is often seen as lacking intelligence or authority in what they have to say, but it is actually just a variation of “expected” speech. Stuttering is usually a lifelong condition, even with treatment such as speech therapy. To work […]

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  • Guide to Public Speaking with a Stutter

    Preparing for a presentation is typically nerve-wracking for everyone, but those who stutter may be particularly anxious about speaking in front of a large crowd. Here are a few pointers on how to give a successful presentation: Communication Although stuttering is considered a communication disorder, it does not mean that those who stutter cannot communicate […]

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  • Stuttering at School

    Teachers often report having difficulty knowing how to handle certain situations with children who stutter in the classroom. Should they be equally expected to read out loud and answer questions? Should the teacher talk to the child about their speech? Here’s what to do: Pre-School and Kindergarten Pre-school and kindergarten-aged children are all still learning […]

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