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Treatment of stuttering in early childhood

methods and issues

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Published by College-Hill Press in San Diego, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stuttering in children -- Congresses,
  • Stuttering -- In infancy and childhood -- Congresses,
  • Stuttering -- Therapy -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[edited by] David Prins and Roger J. Ingham.
    ContributionsPrins, David, 1930-, Ingham, Roger J., 1945-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRJ496.S8 T73 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 149 p. ;
    Number of Pages149
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3497799M
    ISBN 100933014791
    LC Control Number82017914

    The negative feelings this creates in early childhood will only feed the child’s struggles with stuttering as they get older (especially if the stutter does not fade). Given that there are other therapy options that increase fluency without equating disfluency with negative emotions, this therapy should NOT be used.   Buy Practical Intervention for Early Childhood Stammering (A Speechmark Practical Therapy Resource) 1st New edition by Elaine Kelman, Alison Nicholas (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(7).

    Childhood-onset fluency disorder. This is also known as stuttering. It starts in childhood and can last throughout life. Social communication disorder. A child has trouble with verbal and nonverbal communication that is not caused by thinking problems. What causes communication disorders in a child? Communication disorders may be developmental. Most stuttering begins in early childhood, and studies suggest that % of children under the age of 5 stutter. As seen in children who have just begun stuttering, there is an equivalent number of boys and girls who stutter. Still, the sex ratio appears to widen as children grow: among preschoolers, boys who stutter outnumber girls who stutter Pronunciation: Stuttering (/ˈstʌtərɪŋ/), .

    This book is the result of a "State-of-the-Art-Conference" held at the University of Georgia dedicated to the evidence-based treatment of stuttering. An international group of prominent fluency researchers and clinicians were invited to present and discuss current data . Stuttering Therapy Resources, Inc. donates 10% of the proceeds from the sale of this book to the NSA. Early Childhood Stuttering: Information and Support for Parents. Also from Stuttering Therapy resources, this page booklet is designed to reduce the fears and concerns often expressed by parents of young children who stutter.


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>>> Early Childhood Stuttering: Information and Support for Parents. ($5) This page booklet is written specifically to address the fears and concerns of parents.

It describes a 5-step program to prepare parents to make informed decisions about whether and when they should seek an evaluation or treatment for their young children who stutter.

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Email: [email protected] / Presentations and Publications: e Size: KB. Four chapters are devoted specifically to the evaluation and treatment of early childhood stuttering.

The authors also delve into the multidimensionality of stuttering by addressing the association between fluency and other relevant domains, such as language and phonological development, cognitive skills, socio-economic competence, and by: Speech-language pathologists often face uncertainty about whether, when, and how to treat young children who may be showing signs of early stuttering.

This webinar is designed to reduce that uncertainty by presenting strategies for evaluating the risk factors that may contribute to the development of chronic stuttering.

The program describes key features of common treatment approaches that. Early Childhood Stuttering: For Clinicians by Clinicians by Ehud Yairi and Nicoline Grinager Ambrose, (). Available from ProEd, Austin, TX and Elimination of Stuttering: Evidence Based Fluency Management Procedures for School-Age Children and Adults.

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PLEASE NOTE: This is a book available for purchase. It is not available for sharing full-text. Early Childhood Stuttering Therapy: A Practical Guide provides a comprehensive overview of the.

tering in early childhood. Their findings are helping speech-language pathologists determine who is most likely to outgrow stuttering versus who is most likely to develop a lifelong stutter-ing problem.

Research reports include Yairi, E. & Ambrose, N. Early Childhood Stuttering: For Clinicians by Clinicians, ProEd, Austin, Size: KB. The purpose of this 3-part course is to present a comprehensive approach to evaluating and treating young children who stutter.

Part 1 of the course will begin with an overview of early childhood stuttering, followed by a discussion of the evaluation procedures required for determining whether a child is at risk for developing chronic stuttering (and therefore in need of treatment).

Stuttering is not uncommon in children between the ages of 2 and 5. For many children, it's simply part of learning to use language and putting words together to form sentences.

It may come and go Author: Joseph Saling. The Lidcombe program is a stuttering treatment program developed by the Australian Stuttering Research Centre. It is an early intervention behaviour based program designed for children who have developed stutter speech in the age group from 2 - 6 years old.

Early Childhood Stuttering: An Introduction --The Illinois Longitudinal Studies --The Onset of Stuttering --Disfluency Characteristics of Ealry Stuttering --Development of Stuttering --Development of Phonological Ability --Language Abilities of Young Children Who Stutter --Motor, Psychosocial, and Cognitive Aspects --Genetics --Assessment of.

Beliefs about etiology appeared to influence opinion of treatment choice with a strong tendency for delaying intervention and a preference for parent-oriented intervention. Respondents were inconsistent in their interpretation of early diagnostic signs of by: Stuttering is common in early development and typically begins around 3 – 5 years of age.

Research has shown that 75% of preschool aged children who stutter will naturally grow out of it. However, some children may not recover without intervention and will continue to stutter throughout adolescence and.

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20Q: Early Childhood Stuttering - Background and Assessment Course: # Level: Early Childhood Stuttering - Background and Assessment Nina Reardon-Reeves is co-author of Early Childhood Stuttering Therapy: A Practical Guide, which discusses concepts covered in this course, and is co-owner of the publishing company, Stuttering Therapy 5/5(7K).CONTENTSContributors.

Issues in the Treatment of Early Stuttering. The Parent-Child Group Approach to Stuttering in Preschool Children. Stuttering Prevention and Early Intervention: A Multiprocess Approach.

Developmental Intervention: Differential Strategies. The Lidcombe Program. The Stuttering Intervention Program. Speech Motor Training.

The Fluency Rules Program.Stuttering: Its Nature, Diagnosis and Treatment. Description. This highly readable, clinically oriented handbook combines theory and therapy and examines all facets of stuttering, from possible etiologies through assessment to treatment.