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

May 16, 2019 | Posted by in Stuttering Doctor | 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 …

The Connection Between Stuttering & Hand Flapping

Feb 1, 2019 | Posted by in Stuttering Doctor | 0
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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 various forms of communication and social interaction. It’s also common that they will show lapses in concentration,Read more …

How To Use Final Consonant Deletion To End Stuttering

Dec 14, 2018 | Posted by in Stuttering Doctor | 0
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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 language. This includes word selection and phonological development. Most children progress naturally through the different stagesRead more …

How to Use Spatial Concepts in Speech to Stop Stuttering

Dec 8, 2018 | Posted by in Stuttering Doctor | 0
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Stuttering can be a debilitating condition that affects a person’s self-confidence and ability to communicate his or her thoughts. There are several folk remedies for reducing a stutter, but these should be always be paired with evidence-based practices to be effective. One of the specific strategies is teaching spatial concepts to help reduce stuttering behaviors. Stuttering,Read more …