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Childhood and adult stuttering, fluency & disfluency

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International Stuttering Awareness Day 2020: Journey of Words - Resilience and Bouncing Back

All sorts of treatments and remedies are marketed to adults who stutter. Some of them are sensible and evidence-based; while others are total nonsense. The hard thing is sorting wheat from chaff. Luckily, a systematic review of peer-reviewed evidence has just been published.

We're delighted to share our latest Westmead Program resource. This scripted and no-prep 35-page PDF/Slides is designed to help speech pathologists to introduce the Westmead Program to families of children who stutter and to start practising syllable timed speech. Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, Syllable, Pre School, Programming, Encouragement, Stress, Knowledge, Student

Westmead Program for Children who Stutter: Introduction & Carrier Phrase Workout

We're delighted to share our latest Westmead Program resource. This scripted and no-prep 35-page PDF/Slides is designed to help speech pathologists to introduce the Westmead Program to families of children who stutter and to start practising syllable timed speech.

Adult stuttering: 19 things to know + new resources Speech Pathology, Speech Therapy, Diaphragmatic Breathing, Randomized Controlled Trial, Cognitive Behavior, Environmental Factors, Phobias, Speech And Language, Things To Know

Adult stuttering: 19 things to know + new resources

All sorts of treatments and remedies are marketed to adults who stutter. Some of them are sensible and evidence-based; while others are total nonsense. The hard thing is sorting wheat from chaff. Luckily, a systematic review of peer-reviewed evidence has just been published.

Stuttering: what do we mean by “recovery”? First Language, Speech And Language, Attention Disorder, Work Goals, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Social Anxiety, Primary School, Asd, Speech Therapy

Stuttering: what do we mean by "recovery"?

Stuttering: what do we mean by “recovery”?⁠

And why does my child's stuttering get worse when she's stressed out? Parents ask me sensible questions like these all the time, so I thought I'd post my thoughts here. Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, University Of Sydney, Cognitive Behavior, Social Anxiety, Stressed Out, My Children, This Or That Questions, My Boys

My child stutters. Is it because he's shy? sensitive? hyper?

And why does my child's stuttering get worse when she's stressed out? Parents ask me sensible questions like these all the time, so I thought I'd post my thoughts here.

Today is International Stuttering Awareness Day. About of children stutter at some point during early childhood. We often get asked by parents if their child will recover and what factors predict recovery. Different Sentences, Simple Sentences, Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, White Matter, Language Development, Early Literacy, Bad News, My Children

Stuttering: will my child recover? Factors that predict recovery and why you shouldn't wait | Banter Speech & Language

Today is International Stuttering Awareness Day. About 4-8% of children stutter at some point during early childhood. We often get asked by parents if their child will recover and what factors predict recovery.

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My preschooler stutters: should we do the Lidcombe Program or the Westmead Program (or something else)? | Banter Speech & Language

We get asked this question a lot. Until very recently - we've had four main problems answering it properly: no published studies comparing the two programs head-to-head*;generally lower quality evidence for the Westmead Program (see below); most of the high-quality, published studies about both the Lidcombe Program and the Westmead Program have been carried out in […]

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Parent dilemma: What to do when your child stutters and has speech sound problems - research update | Banter Speech & Language

Stuttering can have a big, negative effect on a young child's life. So, too, can having a speech disorder. Early treatment is important for each. So what should you do if your child has both problems?

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Stuttering: will my child recover? Factors that predict recovery and why you shouldn't wait | Banter Speech & Language

About 4% to 8% of children stutter at some point during early childhood (Yairi & Ambrose, 2013). Stuttering usually starts without warning between the ages of 2 1/2 and 4 years of age. Here's the good news: at least 80% of young children who stutter will recover spontaneously (Reilly et al., 2013). Now, the bad news:

Some people are visibly uncomfortable when they meet someone who stutters. They might stare at the person, like a deer caught in headlights. Or they might look Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, University Of Sydney, Early Literacy, We Need, Shit Happens, Couple Photos, People, Couple Shots

How to speak with people who stutter: do we need rules? | Banter Speech & Language

Some people are visibly uncomfortable when they meet someone who stutters. They might stare at the person, like a deer caught in headlights. Or they might look away, as if the person were a solar eclipse. Some people freak out completely. I’ve seen it happen in my waiting room. It’s awful for everyone involved – […]

" A common - and understandable - request from parents and other carers when you work with children who stutter. Whether your child is Working With Children, My Children, Speech And Language, My Boys, Homeschool, Childhood, Therapy, Words, Infancy

Which books should I use in stuttering therapy with my child? Here are our favourite six kinds, with examples | Banter Speech & Language

“Help! I need some ideas!” A common – and understandable – request from parents and other carers when you work with children who stutter. Whether your child is doing the Lidcombe Program, the Westmead Program or a hybrid of the two, books are an inexpensive, portable, and (for most children) enjoyable way to get that daily […]

How to help teenagers who stutter (and their families) Peer Pressure, Self Conscious, Speech And Language, Teenagers, Things That Bounce, Families, Hacks, School, Tips

How to help teenagers who stutter (and their families) | Banter Speech & Language

Do you remember the joys of being a teenager? Growth spurts. Hormones amok. Peer-pressured to distraction. Painfully self-conscious. Random thoughts bouncing about the inside of your head like flubber. Fun times! Now just think for a moment about what all this does to a teenager who stutters. Even more fun, right?

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Stuttering Social Story: “Sometimes my speech is bumpy – but I’m practising!"

This simple social story is designed to help children undertaking treatment for childhood stuttering to focus on what matters: their speech fluency.For instance, sometimes, children doing the Lidcombe Program have difficulty understanding what they are being praised for. They might mistakenly think ...

Lidcombe Program stuttering activities: Volume 2 printable activities for face-to-face and Skype therapy Therapy Activities, Speech And Language, Programming, Childhood, Printables, School, Face, Infancy, Print Templates

Lidcombe Program stuttering activities: Volume 2 printable activities for face-to-face and Skype therapy | Banter Speech & Language

When we published The Lidcombe Program for stuttering: my 10 favourite therapy activities back in 2014, we had no idea how popular it would be. Thousands of people from more than 20 countries have downloaded our free resource.

School-age stuttering research update: mixing and matching treatments to get results Speech And Language, Research, How To Get, School, Search, Languages, Science Inquiry

School-age stuttering research update: mixing and matching treatments to get results | Banter Speech & Language

We need better treatments for school-aged children who stutter. Research groups, like the Australian Stuttering Research Centre (ASRC) and The Stuttering Center of Western Pennsylvania are working hard to develop and test new treatments. But front-line speech pathologists and families of school kids who stutter don’t have the luxury of waiting.

 From the comforts of a big city, it might not seem like there's a shortage of speech pathologists with decent stuttering assessment and therapy experience. Speech And Language, I Can, The Help, Childhood, Therapy, Couple Photos, Couple Shots, Infancy, Languages

Can I do stuttering therapy online via video calls? | Banter Speech & Language

Yes. From the comforts of a big city, it might not seem like there's a shortage of speech pathologists with decent stuttering assessment and therapy experience. But there is. Too often, simple things have stopped people who stutter from getting the help they need, when they need it. Not living in a city. Not having […]