What is Stuttering or Dysfluency?

Stuttering or Dysfluency is identified by a generalized break in the flow of speech. It can be characterized by the repetitions of words, sounds, or phrases. It may coexist with twitching, straining, or other bodily movements. It can occur all the time or in highly stressful situations.

How is Stuttering/Dysfluency?

There are a variety of techniques that a Speech Language Pathologist can utilize with an individual that is dysfluent. The technique that is chosen is patient specific and chosen based on how dysfluent the patient may be.

Key Stuttering Organization and Resources

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