Childhood Stuttering: Information, Warning Signs, and Tips for Parents


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What is Stuttering?

Evem darth Vader stuttered! Ok, ok...the man behind the voice of Darth Vader, James Earl Jones, stuttered

What is Stuttering? Stuttering is a communication disorder that effects speech fluency. It is characterized by breaks in the flow of speech referred to as disfluencies and typically begins in childhood. Everyone experiences disfluencies in their speech.¬† Some disfluencies are totally normal but having too many can actually significantly affect one’s ability to communicate. In stuttering, we most often see the following types of primary behaviors: Repetitions: The repetition of sounds (B-b-b-b-b-b-baseball), syllables¬†(Bay-bay-bay-bay-baseball) , or parts of words (alar-alar-alar-alarm). Prolongations: {Read More}

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