Stuttering and your child : questions and answers.Material type: BookSeries: Publication (Stuttering Foundation of America): no. 0022.Edition: Fifth edition, second printing.Description: iv, 64 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780933388598; 0933388594.Subject(s): Stuttering in children | Stuttering in children -- Miscellanea | Stuttering in children | Miscellanea
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"In this book, updated to reflect the latest research on stuttering, 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 to work with your child in ways that will contribute significatntly to the helathy and normal development of fluency."--[Foreword] / Jane Fraser, President, The Stuttering Foundation (p. iii).
Does my child stutter? / Richard F. Curlee -- Why does my child stutter? / Edward G. Conture -- How does our home life influence his stuttering? / Lois A. Nelson -- What do I tell people about my child's stuttering? / Dean E. Williams -- What is involved in therapy? / Hugo H. Gregory -- What if my child continues to stutter? / Barry Guitar -- Should we seek help? / William H. Perkins -- Insurance information -- Risk factors -- Obtaining reimbursement for stuttering treatment.
Additional content (thoughout the book): 7 tips for talking with your child -- What sitters can do to help -- What day care centers can do to help -- Things that teachers can do to help -- Circumstances that may increase stuttering -- Things a family can do to help -- Risk factor chart -- 8 tips for teachers.