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Fluency and stuttering

by C. Woodruff Starkweather

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Published by Prentice-Hall in Englewood Cliffs, N.J .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Stuttering.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    StatementC. Woodruff Starkweather.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC424 .S69 1987
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 272 p. ;
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2736141M
    ISBN 100133224627
    LC Control Number86030556

    Focus on Fluency is a practical, creative Tool Kit chock-full of resource materials broken into five areas: Education, Desensitization, Basic Communication, Fluency Shaping, and Stuttering Modification. The tools in this kit will assist you in carrying out goals for a variety of students and their individual needs. This new Third Edition provides a comprehensive overview of the etiology and development of stuttering and details appropriate approaches to accurate assessment and treatment. A new chapter on related fluency disorders discusses evaluation and treatment of stuttering associated with neurological disease or trauma, psychological disturbance, or mental retardation, and explains how developmental 5/5(1).

    Speech and Language - Fluency, Stuttering, and Voice. GET QUALIFIED for B- and C-level tests. Use our new online qualifications system to attach your professional credentials to your customer profile so you can unlock our assessment products for purchase in our webstore. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Starkweather, C. Woodruff. Fluency and stuttering. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, (OCoLC)

    The premise is that stuttering is a learned behaviour rooted in traumatic childhood events that prove detrimental to social relationships and self-esteem. The book draws upon neuro­semantics, NLP, and cognitive psychology in defining the components of stuttering and describing strategies for change. fluency National Stuttering Association Resources: Printable resources, including tips for parents. Stuttering E-Books: Free and downloadable books to read at home about stuttering Breathing Practice: Step-by-step breathing exercises for home Self-Monitoring for Fluency Practice: Have your child monitor their own fluency at home.


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Available at Adventures of a Stuttering Superhero: Adventure #1 Interrupt-itis by Kim ble at The book Stuttering and Related Disorders of Fluency (2nd Edition), edited by Richard F.

Curlee, Ph.D., contains two particular chapters that may be helpful. Chapter 7 is titled “Treating Children Who Exhibit Co-Occurring Stuttering and Disordered Phonology” and Chapter 9 is titled “Perspectives on Stuttering as a Motor Speech Disorder.”. Books and Therapy Guides.

Stuttering Therapy Resources, Inc., publishes practical materials to help speech-language pathologists help people who stutter. All of our materials are written by stuttering specialists with many years of experience working with children and adults who stutter.

6 Great Books about Stuttering, for Kids. By Genna Hall & Carl Herder. We love using storybooks as a way to explore children’s thoughts and feelings about stuttering. Not only are storybooks wonderful for developing language and literacy skills, but they also help children connect to their own experiences and serve as a natural way to.

From Stuttering to Fluency: Manage Your Emotions and Live More Fully is the first book showing how to use evidence-based, cognitive behavioral therapy and selected stuttering modification techniques to eliminate stuttering.

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STR therapy guides are packed with expert treatment techniques along with the rationale, forms, worksheets, and activities you need to implement them. Tools for addressing stuttering and fluency can be divided in two general categories: Stuttering modification strategies, and Fluency-enhancing techniques.

Speech pathologists tend to choose both types of approaches to benefit patients as a hybrid, or combination approach. The purpose of this resource is to describe in one document -- common.

''More than Fluency'' was developed for practicing speech-language pathologists and other professionals who evaluate and treat people who stutter.

It is also intended to be an academic textbook used in graduate courses on fluency and stuttering. In his book Stuttering and Cluttering Dr. David Ward, Director of the Clinical Language Sciences Speech Research Laboratory at The University of Reading, emphasizes that “cluttering is a multifaceted disorder and there is no single method of intervention.”.

Keep stuttering therapy moving with less prep time and fewer materials. Fluency FLiPS is a convenient, all-in-one flip-book that will help you teach students strategies for smooth speech—plus online audio samples of the author producing each of the targeted skills provide a model for perfecting your teaching techniques.

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used in remediating stuttering is the Childs‟ Own Book Technique which focuses on teaching the individual to speak more fluently using his/her own words (Blomgren, ). The Childs‟ Own Book Technique involves the child telling a story, dictating the story and writes a story book with the assistance of a teacher.

Book Provides New Perspectives on Stuttering and Treatment From Stuttering to Fluent Speech, 6, Cases Later: Unlocking Muscle Mischief. This compelling book about stuttering, written by HCRI President Ronald L.

Webster, Ph.D., is written for people who stutter, parents of children who stutter, and speech-language professionals. REDEFINING STUTTERING: What the struggle to speak is really all about – by John Harrison. John is a former PWS who lived through the fear of stuttering, conquered the problem, and even wrote a page book about it.

John describes a new holistic way of looking at stuttering which he calls the Stuttering Hexagon. FREELY-AVAILABLE ONLINE TREATMENT MATERIALS FOR STUTTERING by Judy Maginnis Kuster Disclaimer: The URLs on the handout were all functioning May   Clinical Decision Making in Fluency Disorders is back in a new fourth edition and has been thoroughly updated with recent advances in the field and a current review of the continues to focus on therapeutic tools for the speech-language pathologist to assist clients who stutter.

From Stuttering to Fluency Leigh’s journey to fluency included a gamut of unsuccessful treatment attempts that included speech therapy in elementary school, unproductive sessions with a psychologist, and visits to a speech clinic once every two weeks during high school.

Description: The 18 chapters in this book include three on the assessment of stuttering, five on the treatment of stuttering in children, three on the treatment of stuttering in individuals with co-occurring concerns, four on treatments for teens and adults who stutter, and the final three on disorders of fluency, their symptoms, and treatment Price: $It is possible that fluency depends on an equal balance between demands made on the language system and the abilities of the individual to meet these demands (3).

Stuttering may occur when demands exceed one’s abilities.