Stuttering

Stuttering – How Can I Help My Child?

When is it “appropriate” Many young children go through periods of times where their speech is “disfluent”, or bumpy-sounding.   These bumpy periods often occur during “language explosions” when children are rapidly learning new words and grammatical structures.  Your child’s disfluencies may be developmentally appropriate if he or she: ·        occasionally repeats the first sounds or word in a phrase (usually...

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Is your child meeting their developmental milestones?