Stuttering impacts much more than just the individual who stutters; it effects the entire family. We know that imperfect parenting is not the cause of stuttering. However, the good news is that parents can often make modifications that improve both their child’s speech fluency and confidence.
Children who stutter show extremely varied patterns of struggle, overall communication skills, and stuttering awareness. These and other variables influence the course of therapy. In many cases, the best course of treatment involves parent training and support. This treatment includes:
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