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         Stuttering:     more books (100)
  1. A Handbook on Stuttering by Oliver Bloodstein, Nan Bernstein Ratner, 2007-10-25
  2. The Treatment of Stuttering by Charles Gage Van Riper, 1973-03
  3. Early Childhood Stuttering for Clinicians by Clinicians by Ehud Yairi, Nicoline Grinager Ambrose, 2004-11
  4. Understanding Stuttering (Understanding Health and Sickness) by Nathan Lavid, 2003-12-10
  5. Synergistic Stuttering Therapy: A Holistic Approach by Charleen Bloom PhD, Donna K. Cooperman DA, 1999-07-15
  6. Stuttering Recovery: Personal and Empirical Perspectives by Dale F. Williams, 2006-01-04
  7. Stuttering Research and Practice: Bridging the Gap
  8. Stuttering, an Integration of Contemporary Therapies (Publication - Speech Foundation of America ; no. 16) by Barry Guitar, 1980-12
  9. The Stuttering Bard of York by Rundy Purdy, 2006-12-27
  10. Let's Talk About Stuttering (The Let's Talk Library) by Susan Kent, 1999-01
  11. Straight Talk on Stuttering: Information, Encouragement, and Counsel for Stutterers, Caregivers, and Speech-Language Clinicians by Lloyd M. Hulit, 2004-08-30
  12. A Treatise on the Causes and Cure of Stuttering, With Reference to Certain Modern Theories by James Wright, 2010-07-24
  13. Stuttering;: A psychodynamic approach to its understanding and treatment by Dominick A Barbara, 1954
  14. Stuttering Therapy: Rationale and Procedures by Hugo H. Gregory, June H. Campbell, et all 2002-09-07

41. Stuttering
It s normal for kids to stumble on their words as they learn to speak, butstuttering can be worrisome to parents. Learn more about what to do and when to

Parents Behavior
Many children are just going through a stage of development when they stutter. Stuttering is a form of dysfluency - an interruption in the flow of speech. Children between the ages of 2 and 5 commonly repeat whole words and phrases and may interject fillers such as "uh" and "um" into their speech. This is called "normal dysfluency." When you consider that children of this age are still learning how to speak, developing coordination of the muscles used for talking, learning new words, putting words together into sentences, and discovering how to ask questions and influence outcomes with their words, it's easy to see why they acquire dysfluencies. What Causes Stuttering?
Stuttering can be worrisome to parents who fear that somehow "bad" parenting is the root of the problem. Parental behavior does not cause stuttering. In reality, the causes of stuttering are not precisely known - it is a very complicated and involved condition. About three times as many boys as girls stutter. However, more is known about the environmental factors. Stress, for example, can affect stuttering. Early Signs
The first signs of stuttering may appear after the second birthday or when a child is beginning to put words together to form sentences. To parents this may be upsetting, but it is a normal stage in speech development. Showing patience with your child and adopting a cautious, accepting, and informed attitude are best during the preschool years. A child may be dysfluent for a few weeks or several months, with symptoms disappearing and perhaps appearing again. Most children who begin stuttering before the age of 5 will lose the dysfluency.

42. The Cleveland Chapter Of The National Stuttering Association
A self help organization for people that stutter and speech pathologists.
Info The Cleveland Chapter Of the National Stuttering Association
"There is nothing of which we are more ashamed than of not being ourselves, there is nothing which brings us greater joy and happiness than to think, to feel or to say what is ours" -Erich Fromm
Who We are
The National Stuttering Association (formerly the National Stuttering Project) is a non-profit organization formed in the San Francisco Bay area in 1977 to meet the needs of people who stutter. The NSA has over 2500 members nationwide and operates a network of 75 local support groups. The Cleveland Chapter is one of those groups. The Cleveland Chapter of the NSA has a group that meets on Cleveland's west side and another group that meets on the west side of Cleveland. Both groups have close ties with each other We are a support group geared toward attracting new people. While many chapter members are undergoing or have completed formal speech therapy programs, the NSP is not a therapy group and talking is voluntary. NSA meetings are a safe place to take risks; to try out new communiction behaviors; share feelings, and be open about our speech and our lives as people who stutter.

43. Stuttering
Characteristics, causes, and treatment of stuttering. Includes information onnormal dysfluencies and links to further information on stuttering.
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Stuttering is a disorder of speech fluency that interrupts the forward flow of speech. All individuals are disfluent at times, but what differentiates the person who stutters from someone with normal speech disfluencies is the kind and amount of the disfluencies. Characteristics
  • Repetition of sounds (e.g., b-b-b-ball), syllables (e.g., mo-mo-mommy), parts of words (e.g., basket-basket-basketball), whole words, and phrases Prolongation , or stretching, of sounds or syllables (e.g., r-abbit)

44. Columbus Chapter-National Stuttering Association
A support group geared toward attracting new people who stutter.
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45. Electronic Anti-Stuttering Devices
Casa Futura Technologies miniaturized devices for immediate fluency and longtermcarryover fluency, in face to face conversations, on telephone calls,
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monitors vocal tension
Our smallest anti-stuttering device
Proven effective in more than a dozen studies . Used by more than 800 speech clinics, universities, and schools.
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Telephone interface enables therapy practice on every call (pictured, Telephone Fluency System).
Sennheiser PC130 headset is included with every device.
Jabra EarWave Bud monaural (one ear) cellphone earset "virtually disappears when you put it on."
Military-grade throat microphone eliminates background noise in even the noisiest environments.
DAF Fluency System (School DAF).
Consumer throat mike (pictured, left) and "earbud" earphones (pictured, right) for inconspicuous, occassional use such as public speaking.
Small (35 cubic inch) belt pack holds device, cellphone earset.

46. Welcome To Horizon Speech Therapy Services
Private clinical practice serving the Northern Bergen County area of Northern New Jersey. Specialities include aphasia, stuttering, oralmotor disorders, and articulation disorders.
Active Member of, and Certified by, The American Speech-Language
Hearing Association
Located In Bergen County, New Jersey
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Achieving Results for Our Clients for Over Eight Years
Horizon Speech Therapy Services specializes in speech therapy for children through young adults, including Early Intervention (age to 3 years), Preschool (age 3 to 5 years), School-age (6+ years), High-School and College. With specific attention to goal achievement, therapy is provided in the patient's most natural setting such as the home, daycare or school. Services include: Comprehensive Evaluations, with written report of results
Multi-Lingual Services: English, Hebrew, Sign-Language
Therapy sessions designed to meet individual needs
Practice activities provided to enhance therapy progress Horizon was founded on the belief that people deserve the best speech services available. Therefore, there are no outside agencies imposing limits over your time no specified number of visits, and no limiting of the services to which you are rightfully entitled.

47. Effects Of Pre-war Stuttering Experiment Linger

48. Stuttering: The Veils Of Stuttering; Science, Theory, Behavior, And Metaphysics.
The Veils of stuttering by Darrell M. Dodge, MA, SLP.
Veils of Stuttering
Darrell Dodge, MA, CCC- SLP
Littleton, Colorado Images of the Stuttering "Self" Speech Therapy and Self-Therapy Stuttering is a Speech Problem Why Psychotherapy Doesn't Resolve Stuttering ... For More Information Special Features: Reactive Inhibition Hypothesis
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Basic Information About Stuttering
We shall not cease from exploration
And the end of all our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And know the place for the first time
"Little Gidding," T.S. Eliot
Images of the Stuttering "Self"
T his Web site explores many of the dimensions of stuttering and its effect on the human identity, as well as the development of stuttering behavior. It also includes an exploration of the "veils" (self images, projections, and lack of consciousness) that people who stutter use to (unconsciously) cope with the disorder, just as all humans use "veils" to cope with other disturbing or discordant aspects of reality. In the course of doing this, I'll explore some of the reasons why stuttering seems so mysterious, and try to show how a lot of this mystery can begin to be resolved by acknowledging the experience of people who stutter specifically, the feeling that stuttering involves an intermittent, uncontrollable, inhibition or disruption of speech

49. Five Former Stuttering Test Subjects Sue University Of Iowa

50. Veils Of Stuttering - Links And Conclusion
The stuttering Foundation of America makes available a large, The Web siteof the National stuttering Association provides information on how to join

Therapy Speech Psychotherapy ... Conclusion Henry James' wonderfully complex and convoluted prose style may have been influenced by his habit of word avoidance and substitution.
CONCLUSION For More Information Stuttering and Identity
For More Information
T o learn more about this interesting and still rather mysterious speech disorder, go to the Stuttering Home Page , a wonderful resource maintained by my friend Judith Kuster at Mankato State University. There, you'll find references to research articles and books, personal biographies of people who stutter, information on therapy and support groups in the U.S. and many other countries, and links to other stuttering resources on the Internet. This site provides an all-inclusive collection of links, and therapy claims made on such links need to be carefully considered. The Stuttering Foundation of America makes available a large, reasonably-priced, and extremely informative selection of books and videotapes for people who stutter, teachers, parents, and therapists. The Web site of the National Stuttering Association provides information on how to join this supportive organization and one of its local support groups (Some of the NSA's self-help literature is insightful, but not clinically or research-based, however.)

51. - 'Stuttering John' To Be Leno Announcer - Feb. 19, 2004
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Story Tools WASHINGTON (AP) Jay Leno's new announcer on NBC's "The Tonight Show" will be "Stuttering" John Melendez from Howard Stern's radio show, a spokeswoman said. YOUR E-MAIL ALERTS Howard Stern Jay Leno or Create your own Manage alerts What is this? Melendez will start March 29, replacing Edd Hall, who's leaving the show after 12 years to concentrate on doing movies. He is working with a speech coach to control his stutter, a "Tonight Show" spokeswoman told The Associated Press on Wednesday. Besides announcing, Melendez will be in sketches and will go out on interviews. Melendez is famous for embarrassing the people he talks to, but he won't be doing that sort of interview for Leno, the spokeswoman said. "Tonight Show" executives became interested in Melendez after seeing him on the ABC reality show "I'm a Celebrity: Get Me out of Here." The spokeswoman said Melendez came across as a "peacemaker" and "family man."
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52. - Actor Gets The Word Out On Stuttering - Apr. 4, 2003
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(CNN) Nicholas Brendon is best known for his role as the wisecracking Xander on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." But a speech disorder almost thwarted the actor's rise to stardom when he was about 8 years old he realized he stuttered. "I realized it, because I couldn't talk anymore," Brendon recalls. "I noticed I was having a hard time communicating and I became a little shy." Brendon says he was determined to achieve his life-long goal, despite his stutter. "I always wanted to be an actor, but with a speech impediment it's kind of tough. I decided to roll the dice and take an acting class, which was very, very nerve-wracking... my stomach would just be in knots." In acting class, Brendon discovered one key to dealing with his stutter.

53. ASRC Home Page
Investigating the nature and treatment of stuttering in children and adults.
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Theoretical Issues in Stuttering
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The Lidcombe Program
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54. Sleep Apnea, Stuttering May Be Linked

55. - Biz Talk: Overseas And Stuttering - Aug. 8, 2003
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(CNN) Habla Usted Espanol? Parla Italiano? Does doing business overseas in another language leave you stuttering or cowering in the corner in front of your clients? Doing a deal in your own language is one thing, but in a foreign language it can be quite another. Yet these days, with global marketing at record levels and where one in three jobs depends to some extent on international trade, executives are being asked to get out there and talk the talk. In the past studying a foreign language for business used to conjure up horrible images of repetitive high school classes full of CEOs studying verb conjugation. But now a whole armory of products exists out there to assist you fumbling around with a pocket phrasebook is a thing of the past. "We've moved on through tape recorders to video, through to multimedia computers," Graham Davies a Professor of Computer-Assisted Language Learning told CNN.

56. Stuttering / Family Village Library
The stuttering Foundation provides free online resources, services and support to This is a support eGroup for persons affected by stuttering, family,
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Who to Contact
The Stuttering Foundation of America
P.O. Box 11749
3100 Walnut Grove Road #603,
Memphis, TN 38111
901-452-3931 (fax)
Web: The Stuttering Foundation provides free online resources, services and support to those who stutter and their families, as well as support for research into the causes of stuttering. We are the largest - and the first - nonprofit charitable organization in the world working towards the prevention and improved treatment of stuttering, reaching over a million people annually. We also offer extensive educational programs on stuttering for professionals.
Where to Go to Chat with Others
  • Parents-W The purpose of this list is for parents of children and teens who stutter, and SLPs involved in treating kids whos stutter. It is meant to allow us to share experiences and ideas, and lend support and information.
  • Stuttering This is a support eGroup for persons affected by Stuttering, family, medical professionals and any interested individuals wish to share information and/or support for affected persons

57. Special Education Guide -
Parent Pals is sponsored by AmeriCorp Speech and Hearing. Our goal is to provide special education and gifted information, continuing education, support, weekly tips, games, book resources, and news and views for parents and professionals. Therapists, audiologists, teachers, nurses and physicians contribute information on the following subjects ADHD, autism, deaf and hard of hearing, emotionally disturbed, homeschooling, gifted, learning disabilities, mental retardation, orthopedically impaired, otherwise health impaired, severe and/or multiple disabilities, speech and language impairment, stuttering, traumatic brain injury and, visually impaired.

58. Journal Of Fluency Disorders
Provides comprehensive coverage of clinical, experimental, and theoretical aspects of stuttering, including the latest remediation techniques. Official Journal of the International Fluency Association. Published quarterly.
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Now recognized as the only publication devoted specifically to fluency, Journal of Fluency Disorders
Education Credits : The Program Objectives of the Journal of Fluency Disorders (JFD) include: (1) providing a forum for the acquisition of new knowledge; (2) providing up-to-date professional information; (3) and focusing ideas for improving delivery of clinical services. JFD is approved by the Continuing Education Board of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) to provide continuing education activities in speech-language pathology and audiology. This program is offered for 1.0 CEUs (intermediate level, professional area). ASHA CE Provider does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products or clinical procedures.
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Submit your Article online We are pleased to announce that a new online submission system for the Journal of Fluency Disorders will be live from the 1st June.

59. Welcome To Janus Development
Coordinates the development of assistive living devices, including antistuttering aides and a computerized treadmill for wheelchairs.
Janus Development Group, Inc. is a North Carolina corporation that was specifically established to coordinate the development and sales promotions of assistive living devices. Practical devices for people with disabilities are not easily fabricated or marketed. Linking resources, such as technology, production, and financing, to create groundbreaking products for the people that need them is our business. Please take a minute to investigate our site and the products we have helped create to enhance the lives of those with disabilities.

60. Portland State University Speech And Hearing Department
Provider of specialized speechlanguage programs, including a camp for individuals with aphasia and their families, and clinics focusing on stuttering, urban language, voice disorders, and communication challenges related to neurological conditions.
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... Fee Schedule E valuation and treatment of various speech disorders is available to children and adults on a sliding fee basis. The clinic runs on the academic schedule so there are breaks between terms. The sessions are generally twice a week for 8 weeks and may be continued for the duration of a year if necessary. For consideration to participate in our clinic, call (503) 725-3070 for an application. The types of services we offer are listed below: ARTICULATION AND LANGUAGE CLINIC: Evaluation and treatment of articulation and language deficits. Available Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer quarters. URBAN LANGUAGE CLINIC: An enrichment program for children in the Portland urban area from selected agencies. Available Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters. FLUENCY/STUTTERING CLINIC: Evaluation and treatment program for individuals who are non-fluent. Available Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer quarters. VOICE CLINIC: Evaluation and treatment of individuals with voice disorders. A laryngeal examination is generally a prerequisite for enrollment. Available Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer quarters. NEUROLOGICAL CLINIC: Evaluation and treatment for individuals with communication difficulties related to neurological deficits such as stroke, Parkinson's and Traumatic Brain Injury. Available Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters

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