Does your child stammer? Approximately 4% of young children stammer, but this need not be a life-long problem. With care and the correct knowledge, parents are in the best position to help their children early on and prevent a stammer from developing and becoming established. The author is a speech therapist who is well acquainted with the difficulties parents face in overcoming their child's stammer. Her carefully devised plan, based on tried and tested techniques, shows how parents and children can work together to overcome the problem. The book helps to avoid causing distress to both children and parents, and includes case histories which demonstrate how this self-help programme works to stop stammering.
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