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         Stuttering:     more books (100)
  1. The Practical Treatment of Stammering and Stuttering: With Suggestions for Practice and Helpful Exercises by George Andrew Lewis, George Beswick Hynson, 2010-03-16
  2. No Miracle Cures: A Multifactoral Guide to Stuttering Therapy by Thomas David Kehoe, 2006-08-01
  3. Ben Has Something to Say: A Story About Stuttering (Concept Books (Albert Whitman)) by Laurie Lears, 2000-09
  4. Successful Treatment of Stuttering by Ann Irwin, 1981-04
  5. The Treatment of Stuttering in the Young School Aged Child by Roberta Lees, 2005-12-06
  6. Stuttering: Its Nature, Diagnosis and Treatment by Edward G. Conture, 2000-10-02
  7. Stuttering and What you can do About it by Wendell Johnson, 1961-01-03
  8. Living with Stuttering (Triumph Series) by Kenneth O. St.Louis, 2001-06-01
  9. Recovery from Stuttering (Language and Speech Disorders) by Peter Howell, 2010-10-06
  10. Stuttering: A Life Bound Up in Words by Marty Jezer, 2008-10-30
  11. The Source for Stuttering and Cluttering by David A. Daly, 1996-01
  12. Current Issues in Stuttering Research and Practice
  13. Evidence-Based Treatment of Stuttering: Empirical Bases and Clinical Applications
  14. Stuttering Hunter by Mark Wheaton, 2010-03-16

21. Caroline Bowen PhD - Speech-Language Pathologist - Web Site
A familyoriented introduction by SLP Caroline Bowen, Australia. Includes linksto stuttering web sites, and related articles.
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© 2001 Caroline Bowen
International Year of the Child who Stutters
ISAD 2004

Online stuttering conference starts October 1
A family affair
The realisation that a child is struggling to speak fluently is an alarming and unexpected experience for many parents. But for parents who remember stuttering themselves as children (and those for whom the problem persists) recognising that their own child is stuttering is something that they have probably anticipated having to deal with one day. Similarly, parents with older children who stutter probably get that awful "here we go again" feeling when their toddler or preschooler starts being dysfluent. People who stutter, and who are well-informed about the problem, are aware that stuttering tends to run in families. What they may not know is that many of the 'stuttering myths' that prevailed in earlier times have been exposed as so much superstition and folklore through international scientific research. Nowadays there is a range of successful treatments available for children who stutter. Most of these treatments were unavailable to their parents. If you are the parent of a child who stutters, you will be relieved to know that it is a speech problem, and not an emotional or psychological one. And you will also be reassured to know that stuttering can be treated successfully by speech pathologists.

22. - A Guide To The Best Stuttering Therapies
Provides information about stuttering and therapies.

23. Stuttering [NIDCD Health Information]
stuttering may also be referred to as stammering, especially in England, stuttering is different from two additional speech fluency disorders,
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On this page: Stuttering is a speech disorder in which the normal flow of speech is disrupted by frequent repetitions or prolongations of speech sounds, syllables or words or by an individual's inability to start a word. The speech disruptions may be accompanied by rapid eye blinks, tremors of the lips and/or jaw or other struggle behaviors of the face or upper body that a person who stutters may use in an attempt to speak. Certain situations, such as speaking before a group of people or talking on the telephone, tend to make stuttering more severe, whereas other situations, such as singing or speaking alone, often improve fluency. Stuttering may also be referred to as stammering, especially in England, and by a broader term, disfluent speech. Stuttering is different from two additional speech fluency disorders, cluttering, characterized by a rapid, irregular speech and spasmodic dysphonia , a voice disorder Top
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24. Phila. Area Chapter Of The National Stuttering Ass'n
Selfhelp support group, made up of people who stutter, who help each other deal with the problems of stuttering.
Phila. Area Chapter of the National Stuttering Association
Welcome to the Philadelphia Area Chapter of the National Stuttering Association
If you stutter, you are not alone! And there is so much that can be done! We are a self-help support group, made up of people who stutter, who help each other help ourselves deal with the problems of stuttering. Together we seek to: - Understand, accept, and control our stuttering to the best of our ability; - Increase our self-confidence and self-esteem, regardless of fluency; - Improve communication skills; and - Learn to make speech an easier and more enjoyable experience. Our regular meetings are held at the Bala Cynwyd Library (in the second-floor meeting room, through the children's section), at Old Lancaster Road and Highland Avenue in Bala Cynwyd, PA, on the first and third Thursday of every month , from 7:00 to 8:50 p.m. Admission to our meetings is free. Detailed directions to the meeting place. Family members and speech-language professionals or students are also welcome. Our meetings offer a warm, supportive environment in which stuttering is fully accepted. We do not require the use of any particular fluency method. Members are free to stutter openly, to use voluntary stuttering, or to practice whatever fluency methods they feel comfortable with.

25. The Neurological Causes Of Stuttering
The Neurological Causes of stuttering

26. ISA International Stuttering Association
ISA International stuttering Association, A world that understands stuttering,In one voice, Information about stuttering, stuttering therapy, cluttering,
ISA International Stuttering Association A world that understands Stuttering Last Update: 14 Aug 2005 News
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High Lights ISA Newsletter: One Voice No 19- May 2005
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Oct 6th to 8th, 2005 - Doula, Cameroon, Africa

6th to 8th OCTOBER 2005 The conference language will be English and French For more details and registration form please see: Conference brochure in English or Conference brochure in French Pre Conference Tour.
Contact Mark Irwin
Cost US $2420 (Flight from Nairobi to Douala not included) For more details please see the Pre Conference tour Itinerary Please see also: Help us to fund a participant of African Stuttering Conference and How to donate for the Cameroon Conference Calendar August 18-21, 2005 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

27. Stuttering Therapy, Power Stuttering Center, SpeechEasy Devices
Oneweek intensive stuttering therapy in California. SpeechEasy stuttering device specialist. Board Certified stuttering Specialist

28. Anxiety And Stuttering - A Method To Help You
Anxiety or panic attacks and stuttering help. Informational sheets available for a fee.
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29. Stuttering Therapy Treatment And Research Through HCRI
Center offering the Hollins Fluency System, an intensive program focusing on motor skills and the cognitive and emotional facets of stuttering.

30. Prevention Of Stuttering
stuttering can be a serious disorder, affecting a person s ability to communicate stuttering can have a significant impact on an individual s success at
Stuttering can be a serious disorder, affecting a person's ability to communicate and socialize with others.
Stuttering can have a significant impact on an individual's success at school, on job opportunities and the ability to make friends; it can be a very isolating disorder.
Early identification and intervention for the young child exhibiting stuttering is critical.
When stuttering is detected early and remedial steps are taken, the results can be dramatic.
It is often difficult to distinguish between normal nonfluencies and true stuttering.
Parents and professionals working with young children need to be aware of what constitutes a real problem.
A child who is beginning to show "warning signs" for developing early childhood stuttering often shows differences in the frequency or amount, and type of disfluent speech.
Most children will outgrow this period of development but some do not.
Normal Nonfluency Stuttering Prevention Warning Signs Speech Demands ... Tony Wray , M.A., CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist

31. Stuttering FAQ 3.23
Frequentlyasked questions for newsgroup
Stuttering Frequently-Asked Questions (FAQ)
The latest version of the Stuttering FAQ is available at, or on the newsgroup , except where permitted by law.
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33. Intro
A nonprofit center, dedicated to treating stuttering from an emotional and physicalapproach.
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34. Stuttering Prevention
Indirect stuttering therapy for young children, by Tony Wray, M.A.

35. Center For Stuttering Therapy - Boulder County's Leading Stuttering Therapy Clin
Providing treatment for adults and children in Boulder and Denver. Includes therapy descriptions and tips.
Home Childhood Stuttering Teen/Adult Stuttering Stuttering Therapy ... Tell a Friend
Welcome to the Center for Stuttering Therapy, Colorado's leading Stuttering Therapy Center! Mary Wallace and Patty Walton have been successfully serving the community for over 20 years. We have made profound changes in the speech and lives of hundreds of children and adults who stutter. We provide effective, caring, personalized stuttering therapy in an inviting, comfortable environment. (Read some of our testimonials) Meet your Center for Stuttering Therapy therapists: Mary, Patty, Anne, and Sara You probably reached the Center for Stuttering Therapy website because you have some questions or concerns about stuttering or you're actually looking for a therapist. Let us help you Find out more about: Childhood Stuttering
Teen/Adult Stuttering

Stuttering Therapy

Tips for Parents
Tips for Educators
For further information or to schedule a consultation please contact:

36. The Stuttering Home Page, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Information about stuttering, stuttering therapy, cluttering, confererences,course syllabi, books about stuttering, stuttering support organizations.
The Stuttering Home Page, created by Judith Maginnis Kuster and maintained at Minnesota State University, Mankato, is dedicated to providing information about stuttering for both consumers and professionals who work with people who stutter. It includes information about research, therapy, support organizations, and conferences and other events....
read more about the Stuttering Home Page.

Awards and Recognition for this site
The Stuttering Homepage
The eighth International Stuttering Awareness Day Online Conference, "Community Vision for Global Action"
will be open and freely available from October 1-22, 2005. It will also be available for 1.5 CEU's (15 hours) or 1 semester credit. To learn how to register for the ISAD online conference for MSU, Mankato CEU's or college credit Open this link
Information about Stuttering
Stuttering Chatroom PWS speak for themselves ... International Stuttering Awareness Day online conferences - 1998-2004 Stuttering around the world Discussion forums and E-Publications Creative Expression Conference Information ... The Pioneers and Voices: Past and Present Special Interest Division 4 website
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Current web weaver: Judy Kuster

37. The HANDLE Institute
Neurodevelopmental disorders, nonprofit rehabilitation, psychology, education, nutrition, stuttering.
The HANDLE Institute provides an effective, non-drug alternative for identifying and treating most neurodevelopmental disorders across the lifespan. HANDLE incorporates research and techniques from many disciplines. It includes principles and perspectives from medicine, rehabilitation, psychology, education and nutrition. It is founded on an interactive, developmental model of human functioning. The HANDLE Institute International, LLC offers clinical services, community information, and professional training programs. The main facility is located in Seattle, Washington. HANDLE satellite clinics serve various neurodevelopmental needs and different geographical regions. Some of those who recognize us are: The HANDLE Institute
1300 Dexter Avenue North
110 The Casey Family Building
Seattle, Washington 98109 Judith Bluestone
Founder and Director Communicative And Supportive Teaching/Learning Environment (CASTLE), London, England

38. A World That Undestands Stuttering
The Bill has direct relevance for ALL people who work with stuttering. Its sentimentsstretch beyond stuttering to provide a basis for improving
Page 1 Last Update: 14 May 2004 Contact ISA Home

ISA mission: A world that understands stuttering Bill of rights and responsibilities of People who Stutter
Top of Page Preamble Established in 2000, the Bill of Rights and Responsibilities for People who Stutter is a joint project by people who stutter, professional clinicians and researchers. It provides a framework for building a more humane, just, and compassionate world for the millions of people who stutter.
In our society, speech is considered one of the most important means for interpersonal communication. While other means, such as written language, may be superior at times in conveying the content of messages, spoken language not only contains the content, but also includes information about the speaker’s intent, emotions, personality, and perceptions. That is why people who read books still like to attend readings by authors of these books, and why millions of dollars are being spend developing tools that allow for automatic voice recognition systems and the incorporation of voice and images in electronic communication.

39. Developmental Neurolinguistics Lab
Electrophysiology research investigating infant language development, language processing in normal monolingual and multilingual adults, and language processing in stuttering.
Home Program Faculty Courses ... Public Service and Education Developmental Neurolinguistics Lab
Director: Dr .Valerie Shafer
Lab Meetings:
Thursdays, 3:30-5:00pm
Room 7392
Mission Statement The goal of the Developmental Neurolinguistic Lab is to understand the relationship between language and brain development, and later brain organization.
Research projects are in progress that use electrophysiological methods to examine brain processes. An understanding of the relationship between language and brain development and later brain organization will help explain the nature of developmental language disorders.
Within this site, you can find descriptions of the electrophysiological techniques that we use in ongoing studies. We are currently examining the neurophysiology of language learning in children with typical and atypical language development, particularly children with specific language impairment (SLI).

40. Chicago Stuttering Society Home Page
Independent nonprofit group established to provide information, advocacy, and support for those who stutter.
Chicago Stuttering Society
The Chicago Stuttering Society (CSS) is an independent nonprofit self-help group created to provide information, advocacy, and mutual support for people who stutter. Our meetings allow attendees to practice speaking in an informal, nonthreatening environment.



Hello and welcome to the CSS Web page! Spring has sprung. (Go Cubs!) We'll have our next official meeting on Wednesday, April 28 from 7 to 8:30 pm at Connie's office (4305 North Lincoln Ave.)
... Updated April 22, 2004... Links to other sites on the Web National Stuttering Association
The Stuttering Homepage

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