Why Does Stuttering Need to be Treated?

Why Does Stuttering Need to be Treated?

Why Does Stuttering Need to be Treated? Stuttering or Stammering is the disruption in the forward flow of speech. Any disruption in the smooth flow of speech occurring multiple times is Stuttering. Today, we are discussing why does stuttering need to be treated? Many people around the world are living with Stuttering. Further, both children …

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Normal Non-Fluency and Stuttering

Normal Non-Fluency and Stuttering

Normal Non-Fluency and Stuttering This blog is about normal non-fluency and stuttering. Let’s first try to understand our speech. Firstly, our speech develops as we grow. Secondly, typical kids learn to say words by 1 year of age. Further, speech-language development continues as one grows. Language refers to the linguistic aspects of communication. Similarly, speech …

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neurogenic stuttering

“Wh’s” of Neurogenic Stuttering

“Wh’s” of Neurogenic Stuttering What is Neurogenic Stuttering? Neurogenic stuttering is a rare type of fluency disorder. A person with stuttering finds it difficult to maintain smooth speech while performing speech tasks. Neurogenic stuttering usually presents after some injury to the central nervous system. The injuries include: Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Cerebrovascular Accidents (CVA)/ Stroke …

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Stuttering Tips for Adolescents

Stuttering Tips for Adolescents Stuttering or Stammering is highly variable. You may find yourself speaking flawlessly at times but struggle to get a word out at other times. Shying away from talking, talking less, not participating in conversations with new people or a large group, staying aloof is most likely to happen with adolescents who …

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Stuttering Recovery - Parental guide

Stuttering Recovery and Relapse in Children: Parental Guide

Stuttering Recovery and Relapse in Children: Parental Guide In this blog, we will talk about Stuttering Recovery and Relapse in Children. Sssssstutttttttttering is rrrrrrrreally dddddifficult  ! Phew! How did you read that? Tough! isn’t it? Firstly, therapy for stuttering is the first phase. Lastly, comes recovery and relapse. So, we will talk about Stuttering Recovery …

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Myths About Stuttering : Explained

Myths About Stuttering : Explained We will discuss Myths About Stuttering: Explained. Stuttering is a speech issue. Other than the “disfluencies,” in a person’s speech. People who stutter are ordinary. Today we are going to bust some myths on Stuttering.    Myths About Stuttering: Explained 1.Individuals Stutter Because They Are Nervous Many of us stutter …

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Games to practice Fluent Speech

Games to practice Fluent Speech

What is Stuttering? Practice Fluent Speech, Stuttering happens when there’s an interruption within the flow of speech. In several instances, it goes away on its own, in others, it may impede their speech whenever they try to talk. Studies have shown various causative factors for the condition. the most common being positive family history. The …

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Must Know Speech Tips For Children Who Stammer

Must Know Speech Tips For Children Who Stammer stuttering in children is a fluency disorder with stoppages and disruptions (dysfluencies) interrupting the smooth flow and timing of speech. Onset of stammering is below five years of age in most children. In rare cases, the problem might extend to adulthood. The common dysfluencies noted in children …

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Clutter Speech in Individuals

Clutter Speech in Individuals Most Speech-Language Pathologists will likely think of stuttering when they hear the term “fluency problem.” While stuttering is the fluency condition that affects people the most frequently, cluttering is a different disorder that physicians should be aware of. Cluttering or clutter speech is a fluency disorder in which an individual speaks …

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