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Neurogenic Stuttering: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments

Dec 10, 2019 | Posted by in Uncategorized | 0

Neurogenic stuttering is a fluency speech disorder that impairs the sufferer’s ability to speak in a smooth, well-structured fashion. Also known as acquired stuttering, neurogenic stuttering shares several classic symptoms with other fluency disorders. However, it differs significantly in its causes and, to a lesser extent, its treatments. Neurogenic Stuttering: What Causes It and WhatRead more …

How to Spot Stuttering and Cluttering Speech: Here Are the Differences

Oct 30, 2019 | Posted by in Uncategorized | 0

Speech impairments such as cluttering speech can have a devastating effect on the self-esteem and social functionality of sufferers. Also, those afflicted may not develop average communication skills, severely limiting their social, academic, and professional development. At worst, sufferers may become depressed and be driven into isolation by shame and a sense of low self-worth.Read more …

Reading Multisyllabic Words Aloud Can Help Stuttering

Oct 21, 2019 | Posted by in Uncategorized | 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.

These schools offer the best quality in speech therapy degrees

Oct 1, 2019 | Posted by in Uncategorized | 0

While the world of speech-language pathology programs is highly competitive, there are many excellent schools at which to receive your speech therapist degree. And if you feel called to help those with speech and language disorders, you want a program that will truly prepare you for the field. The school you choose for your speech therapistRead more …

Free Apps For Kids: Top 10 Speech Apps To Consider

May 23, 2019 | Posted by in Uncategorized | 0

According to a fact sheet published by the National Institute of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders on voice, speech, language, and swallowing, nearly 1 in 12 US children between the ages of 3 and 17 have had a disorder related to these ailments. For many parents, this brings to mind the need for effective speechRead more …

Could My Child’s Severe Stuttering Be The Result Of Speech Dyslexia?

May 16, 2019 | Posted by in Uncategorized | 0

Are you concerned that your child could suffer from a speech impediment, but are unsure what traits set regular falters apart from severe stuttering? Stuttering is not an uncommon occurrence in everyday life. In fact, it happens normally occasionally to just about everyone. Severe stuttering goes above and beyond the normal word hesitancies, resulting inRead more …

Can Stuttering Be The Result Of A Lateral Lisp?

May 15, 2019 | Posted by in Uncategorized | 0

One of the most important stages of a child’s early life is speech development. Lagging in this department may lead to speech impediments such as stuttering, lateral lisp, and cluttering. Stuttering is a common issue among children ages 2 to 4 years old. It shows up during a child’s speech development – especially during hisRead more …

Ultimate List Of WH Questions To Help Get Rid Of Stuttering

Mar 8, 2019 | Posted by in Uncategorized | 0

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 States. With time, patience, and the right techniques, your child can learnRead more …

Most Common Types of Stuttering: Causes & Treatments

Feb 5, 2019 | Posted by in Uncategorized | 0

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 her slow, breathy way of speaking to help her overcome a childhood stutter, and JamesRead more …