How Articulation Disorder Plays A Role In Stuttering

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Stuttering is a fluency disorder that affects roughly three million Americans, occurring most commonly in children between the ages of 2-5 who are still developing language skills. However, stuttering can affect people of all ages. Even though 5% of children stutter for some period of their childhood, most will outgrow it; around 1% or lessRead more …

Reading Multisyllabic Words Aloud Can Help Stuttering

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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.

How Phonological Processes Relate to Stuttering, and More

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Small children learn to speak by imitating those around them. Sounds that are too complicated for their developing oral-motor skills often cause them to rely on common phonological processes. If a child comes to rely on these process, however, they could develop a variety of speech impairments, including stuttering.

What to Know About Being a Speech Therapist

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Informally known as a speech therapist these are the people that help people with speech impairments.  Formally, they are called speech-language pathologist.  They help with impairments ranging from stuttering, trouble clearly speaking, and sometimes neurogenic diseases.  Being a speech therapist can turn out to be one of the most rewarding and satisfying jobs for anyone.Read more …