Tag: "speech therapy"
How to Help A Preschooler Who Begins to Stutter
Stuttering can cause significant distress for both kids and parents. Some research suggests that it may occur in 5-11% of kids between the ages of 2.5 and 5 years old, and can range from relatively mild to more severe. Learn how to help a preschooler who is stuttering.
Building a Stronger Foundation: Bennett’s Experience with Speech Therapy
At three years old, Bennett was only speaking five words. Today, he is testing at his age group or better. Read how speech therapy helped him become a kid who, in his mom's words, never stops talking.
Stuttering Is A Part of My Son’s Life, But it Doesn’t Define Him
Andy's speech-language pathologist helped him to realize that while stuttering is a part of his life, it doesn't define him.
Utilizing Technology to Aid in Speech Development
Technology-assisted language has helped Sedona, who is deaf, improve her speech development. Read about the new milestones she's reached.
Stuttering In Young Kids: When To Be Concerned
It is difficult to distinguish between stuttering and kids passing through a disfluency. Learn more about the differences and when you should seek help.