It's important to know that those who stuttering are quite bright and normal in every way except their fluency. Having a little slip-up in speech is common for every speaker. Did you know we all stutter? at least 1% of everything we say.
It's when it's worse that we start to worry. Here is a good link for solid information.
/http://www.stutteringhelp.org/ I'm on their list of providers, so if you have more questions per your specific case, please call or email. I'd be glad to help. Sometime I can provide some general helps that you can do on our own to monitor your child's speech situation. Other times, you will want to come in for specific speech therapy.
Friday, July 26, 2013
Sunday, July 7, 2013
He said, "We must think anew. We must develop not only a new mind-set but also a new skill-set and a new tool-set that flow from it."
The new "mind-set" was to reach out to use a "new tool-set" the SmartPalate system. I've been so happy I made that investment. I've continually learned my " new skill-set" from using the "new tool-set" to teach better speech production. It's allowed me to teach others to make their target sounds more accurately and consistently. Students have become teachers in their own right by being able to "teach" explain what they learned and discovered about their own speech production. It's been such a good experience.
This year's intensive summer speech program has flown by as usual. I've learned that we must be patient the first two weeks of therapy when re-structuring our tongue placement from old muscle memory habits. It will come with time, practice and patience.