Early Childhood Stuttering Therapy: A Practical Guide
By J. Scott Yaruss and Nina Reardon-Reeves
A comprehensive approach for evaluating and treating young children who stutter, ages 2 to 6. Learn to:
- Diagnose stuttering in preschool and young school-age children.
- Determine which children are most likely to need therapy.
- Write attainable goals and document success.
- Help parents and caregivers create a fluency-facilitating environment.
- Address parents' and caregivers' concerns.
- Support the development of healthy, appropriate communication attitudes for parents and their children.
- Transition to more-direct therapy when appropriate.
- Help children increase fluency and communication skills
- Overcome common fears about working with children who stutter, and build confidence in your therapy skills.