Stuttering: Practical Strategies that work
What is stuttering?
What causes people to stutter?
How many children stutter?
What if: You have trouble saying your name? You can’t say the words what you want to? You’re afraid to speak on the phone or order food in a restaurant? You’re afraid that people will discover that you stutter? Talk to us. Our experience shows us… As an adult, your desire to change is the most important variable in determining the right time to speak to a qualified professional about stuttering. In our work, we help adults gain skills and confidence in speech. You are not alone. No matter how long you’ve spent hiding and avoiding speaking situations, it’s never too late! Through our work, adults learn how other adults have dealt with their stuttering. We will help you speak with increased freedom of speech – at work, with friends and with family. Our approach fuses two important dynamics for people who stutter: “self-adjustment” (speech strategies) and “self-acceptance” (dealing with speech attitudes and values) - See more at: http://www.schneiderspeech.com/services/adults-stuttering/#sthash.Iy6wl50D.dpuf
What if: You have trouble saying your name? Your child is suddenly stuttering and you want to know what to do? You have tried other therapies with limited success? You and/or your child is upset about his/her stuttering? Talk to us. Our experience shows us… Your concern as a parent is the most important variable in determining the right time to speak to a qualified professional about stuttering. We educate parents and equip them with strategies to help their children. We help children gain skills and confidence in speech. We are experienced and trained in treating preschool and school-age children. Trained in: Lidcombe Program (Australia) and Parent Child Interaction Therapy (Great Britain) – See more at: http://www.schneiderspeech.com/services/kids-stuttering/#sthash.HV0KaBqt.dpuf
How many adults stutter?
Ages to treat or not treat?
Right or wrong time to treat?
Right or wrong way (approach) to treat?
If you have preschooler: what should you do?
If you have school age child: what should you do?
If you have teen or young adult who stutters: what should you do?