Updated in 2015, this book represents the current thinking of seven leading authorities in the field of stuttering. All believe that early intervention is crucial in the prevention of stuttering in young children.
You will find answers to the questions most often asked by parents who are concerned about stuttering and their child. These answers will enable you, the parent, to work with your child in ways that contribute significantly to the healthy and normal development of fluency. Also included are tips for parents and teachers.
This book is a must for parents, teachers, and all those wanting to help the child who stutters. It is often used as a supplement to clinical treatment. 60 pages.
Chapters written by Lois Nelson, Ph.D.; Dean Williams, Ph.D.; Richard Curlee, Ph.D.; William Perkins, Ph.D.; Barry Guitar, Ph.D.; and Edward G. Conture, Ph.D.