Speech therapy for stuttering After an inclusive evaluation by a SLPs or doctors, a decision can be made on the best approach to treating a stuttering problem. Speech therapists usually resort to some available methods such as “talk therapy” to treat children and adults from stuttering, and most of the times this problem disappears in […]
Stuttering treatment in children Stuttering in children is common and occurs while the child is still learning speaking and language skills, as the exact cause of its occurrence is still not clear, but in most cases stuttering disappears when the child reaches 5-7 years through the use of one of the methods such as “talk […]
Sudden stuttering in adults It is known that stuttering (stuttering) is usually common with children, especially in the stage of learning to speak, but stuttering with adults is unusual, especially when it occurs suddenly, so there must be some reasons behind this, we will tell you through this article the reasons that causes the sudden […]
Psychological and social effects of stuttering The latest medical studies indicate that stuttering varies in its types, and in the case of children, approximately 95% of them overcome this problem after the age of five, while the rest suffer for a longer period depending on how to deal with it, and studies show that stuttering […]
The effect of stuttering on job opportunities If you suffer from the problem of stuttering (stammering), you are among the 70 million people around the world who suffer from this problem, and there is no doubt that many people who suffer from this problem have a fear of the impact of this problem on getting […]
5 important facts about Stuttering Stammering, or what is known as stuttering, is the inability to unite words together in speech, and it is also known as a speech disorder in which sounds, syllables or words are repeated or persisted for a longer period than usual. In this article, we will tell you 5 important […]
According to The Stuttering Foundation, more than 70 million people worldwide are affected by stuttering. The speech disorder not only affects and interrupts the communication experience but could oftentimes lead children and adults to feel anxious in public settings.