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Reading Multisyllabic Words Aloud Can Help Stuttering

Aug 14, 2018 | Posted by in Stuttering Doctor | Comments Off on Reading Multisyllabic Words Aloud Can Help Stuttering

Practicing multisyllabic words can be extremely beneficial exercise when coupled with regular speech therapy. Practicing multisyllabic words with your child on a daily basis will help them to develop fluidity as well as the confidence they need to work through their stutter.

10 Speech Therapy Activities & Advice for the Frustrated

May 18, 2016 | Posted by in Stuttering Doctor | 0

  The Struggle of Stuttering Stuttering is a speaking disorder in which you have trouble completing words or sentences without repeating words or parts of words. In some, it is evident early on when they start speaking. For others, they develop it after a specific traumatic event or accident. Relaxation Techniques for Stuttering Stuttering may beRead more …

What Everybody Ought to Know About Speech Therapy for Toddlers

May 10, 2016 | Posted by in Stuttering Doctor | 0

In the early years, children learn language at a rapid pace. A typical twenty month old can produce around fifty words. They may begin to string two or more words together to work towards forming sentences. But for some parents, their young toddlers and babies may begin to stutter when first start talking, which can cause concern, andRead more …