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How Parents Can Help Stop Stuttering

Above all else, parents are the primary set of people who can greatly help kids who have stuttering problems. This is because they can directly influence the way children act and think. For parents to better aide their children the best thing that could do is that to make sure that their children is at...

Stuttering Treatment For School Aged Kids

Stuttering treatment for school aged kids is different from the one used on preschoolers. This is because the objectives for both are different. The goal for preschoolers is simply to help the child develop fluent “normal” speech. For school aged children, the goal is to treat what causes...

How To Spot A Stuttering Stanley

People with stuttering problems are easy to pinpoint in crowd, usually there are the ones who hide in their shells and never try to open up to people. Usually they keep to themselves or stay in a corner out of attention’s way. We don’t even have to know what the symptoms are, we just need to be...

Stuttering Brain, Explaining The Connection

Stuttering may be hard to be dealt with by adults, especially when they can’t get the jobs that they want simply because they don’t have enough confidence or the right approach to be able to express their thoughts. But just imagine how this situation affects children who are only starting to...

Stuttering Treatment For Adults

Don’t you think you are too old to stutter? Well, believe it or not, some people who are already adults still have this problem. While many young children are able to outgrow stuttering with or without treatment, this is different for adults because this has already been going on for many years. But...

Understanding Stuttering

There are a lot of times when we encounter people with speech impediments. Some are brought about by stress, some are brought about by after surgery wounds and some are from birth. These impediments vary from lisps, stuttering, stammering and hairlips. Some are easily curable but some may just as be...

When Should Your Stuttering Child See A Specialist

Babies are not able to speak yet for the first few years after they are born. However, if the child is already 5 years old and is still stuttering, perhaps you should already see a specialist. Some instances that merit the need to see a specialist include repeating whole words or phrases, sound and syllable...

Some Important Notes About Stuttering

What do you know about stuttering? Everybody experiences this at times, especially when the pressure is on and the stress is becoming too much to bear. But this is actually a medical condition which symptoms include repetition, stumbling on words while speaking and far out hesitation as to go on with the...

A Speech Language Therapist Can Help Treat Stuttering

Stuttering is a speech disorder. Fortunately, someone can help even if there is no permanent cure and this person is known as a Speech Language Pathologist or SLP. This professional is educated in the study of human communication, its development and the various disorders so they know how to help a patient....

The Lidcombe Program Can Help Treat Stuttering During The Pre School Years

There are a lot of techniques that can help children who stutter. One example of this is the Lidcombe program. The Lidcombe program was developed to treat stuttering in children below the age of 6. It is based on a body of laboratory-operant condition research and is done in two stages. In the first stage...

Neurogenic Stuttering, Other Symptoms And Causes

Neurogenic stuttering is caused when some nerves would not respond how the brain wants them to. This is only one of the causes that is being looked into by endless studies that are being done regarding the matter. What is Stuttering? This is a speech disorder that can happen with children and adults alike....

Effective Communication With Stuttering People

To make communication more effective with people, who have speech problems such as stuttering, it is a must that other people exert more effort in understanding the condition and knowing how to deal with them. The following are some tips that people without speech impediments can use to better communicate...

Some Facts About Stuttering And Drugs For A Cure

Many experts continue their studies about stuttering and drugs for a cure up to this time. But up to now, this remains to be an unsolved case and a mystery to many, especially the people who are suffering from the condition. Many parents resort to speech therapy. Other adults stay away from the public light...

How Does A Professional Plan Treatment For Someone Who Stutters

Stuttering is a disorder. Although there is no known cure, a speech language can develop a plan so this can help someone who stutters. The first step is for the speech language pathologist to do an assessment of the individual. This means screening all areas of communicative function and then goes in depth...

Solving Stuttering

We often encounter in our lives people who have speech impediments. But the most common among these speech impediments is stuttering, a condition which, is caused by stress and anxiety starting from the person’s developmental stages. In fact, studies show that more and more adults and kids suffer from...
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