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Ultimate List Of WH Questions To Help Get Rid Of Stuttering

Does your child struggle with stuttering? Are you searching for simple, concrete ways to help your little one achieve improved speech clarity and comprehension? Tens of millions of individuals all over the world stutter, about 3 million of which are in the United...
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Most Common Types of Stuttering: Causes & Treatments

If you’re suffering from one of the several types of stuttering that plague us as speakers, you’re not alone. Several celebrities and countless others have suffered from different types of stuttering and improved the way they speak. Marilyn Monroe adopted...
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The Connection Between Stuttering & Hand Flapping

Hand flapping and stuttering are two manifestations that children with autism spectrum disorders may display. However, it’s important to note that these behaviors are not exclusive to autistic children. Children with autism spectrum disorder can have difficulty with...
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How To Use The Cycles Approach To Stop Stuttering

Verbal communication is the most fundamental way to express oneself and form meaningful connections with others. A first impression is formed within seconds, and it can be based on the first sentences spoken in a conversation. To suffer from stuttering is to...
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Could Speech Therapy Put An End To My Child’s Stuttering Problem?

Is your child exhibiting signs of stuttering and other speech difficulties? Are you concerned that these impediments could hinder your little one’s development but are not quite sure what options are available to you? You may be aware that there are therapy...
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How To Use Final Consonant Deletion To End Stuttering

Stuttering includes the involuntary repetition of words and sounds. This repetition can disrupt the flow and fluency of speech. Stuttering is a normal occurrence during the development of speech production as children learn the rules and nuances of their native...
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