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Clinical management of stuttering in older children and adults
|Statement||Richard E. Ham.|
|LC Classifications||RC424 .H229 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2003046559|
Stuttering affects people of all ages, but it occurs most often in children between the ages of 2 and 6 as they develop language skills. Boys are two to three times more likely to stutter than girls. Most children recover from stuttering, but for about 25% of patients, stuttering can persist as a . Speech-language pathologists and parents of young children who stutter have long been warned not to talk to children about stuttering for fear that drawing attention to the children’s speech makes the stuttering worse. 1 The idea originates with a decades-old theory suggesting that parental reactions to normal disfluencies cause children to become concerned about their speech and .
Stuttering, also known as stammering and dysphemia, is a speech disorder in which the flow of speech is disrupted by involuntary repetitions and prolongations of sounds, syllables, words or phrases as well as involuntary silent pauses or blocks in which the person who stutters is unable to produce sounds. The term stuttering is most commonly associated with involuntary sound repetition, but it Treatment: Speech therapy. The Department of Speech-Language Pathology will present a special CME event on Wednesday, Septem that includes a screening of the film, The King's Speech, followed by a panel supplemental resource guide and display, Stuttering: Myth & Reality, gives an overview of stuttering from three different perspectives - historical, current, and : Nicholas Webb.
Boys are 2 to 3 times as likely to stutter as girls and as they get older this gender difference increases; the number of boys who continue to stutter is three to four times larger than the number of girls. Most children outgrow stuttering. Approximately 75 percent of children recover from stuttering. This program has been used with children (e.g., Ryan, ), but it is thought to be more effective than GILCU for clients with severe stuttering (i.e., adults). Ryan and Ryan () found no differences between the effects of GILCU versus PS on 24 randomly selected school-aged subjects.
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Clinical Management of Stuttering in Older Children and Adults: Medicine & Health Science Books @ 5/5(2). There is much low level evidence from phase I and phase II clinical trials for this early stuttering intervention Two independent phase III randomised controlled trials (total n=) have been published—one with New Zealand preschool children and one with German preschool children 30 The studies show that the treatment can control stuttering and resulted in normal speech in these children, and that the programme reduces stuttering Cited by: Clinical management of stuttering in older children and adults.
Gaithersburg, Md: Aspen, (OCoLC) Online version: Ham, Richard, Clinical management of stuttering in older children and adults. Gaithersburg, Md: Aspen, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard Ham.
The book goes beyond a “how to” manual. Rather, Conture's clinical handbook provides both students and clinicians a source for principle-based procedures and strategies for the management of stuttering.
Focusing on people who stutter as people first and people who stutter second, the text covers assessment and management. Children with stuttering issues may manifest problems in behavioral, emotional, and social functioning around 3 years of age. Older children who stutter may already report or manifest these problems.
Irrespective of culture, children with stuttering issues are viewed in a negative light. CHILDREN. The Adventures of Phil & Dotty by Michael Sugarman and Kim e-book available by emailing [email protected] A Boy and A Jaguar by Alan hed by HMH Books for Young Readers ().
Available at Adventures of a Stuttering Superhero: Adventure #1 Interrupt-itis by Kim ble at Social and generalized anxiety have shown robust positive associations with stuttering, theorized to be a result of the cumulative negative social effects of stuttering. 43, 44 While the relationship between stuttering and anxiety is inconclusive in children, there is good evidence supporting the relationship in adolescents, young adults, and older adults.
45Cited by: 7. For older children and adults, treatment focuses on managing stuttering. SLPs will also work on helping you feel less tense and stop avoiding talking. This will help you at school, work, and social occasions. The SLP will help you face speaking situations that make you fearful or anxious.
In clinical practice there is a frequently occurring problem, namely, who has the competence to treat stuttering. Speech therapists often think that – because of the emotional background of stuttering – it is better to refer children who stut ter to psychotherapy. In spite of this, psychologists regard stuttering File Size: KB.
There are slides for older and younger students. Next, teach them about Stuttering such as: the types of stutters, facts and myths, famous people who stutter, etc. You cannot conduct fluency therapy without targeting the Cognitive and Affective components of a Fluency Disorder.
International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 45, Craig, A. Smooth speech and cognitive behaviour therapy for the treatment of older children and adolescents who stutter.
In Guitar, B. & McCauley, R. Treatment of stuttering. Established and emerging interventions. Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia Author: S. Block, B.
Carey. The impact of stuttering on the quality of life in adults who stutter. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 34(2), doi: /s Stuttering: An Integrated Approach to Its. Highlights Stuttering has a holistic impact on family members including partners. A mixed methods research design explored the experiences of the people who stuttered and their fluent partners.
Key aspects of the stuttering disorder were perceived similarly by adults who stutter and their partners. Partners share life experiences such as anxiety and reactions by others to stuttering.
Findings Cited by: Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Clinical Management of Stuttering in Older Children and Adults at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5. Clinicians’ management of young children with co-occurring stuttering and speech sound disorder Article in International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 15(4) May with 53 Reads.
Students learn about stuttering in children and adults, assessment and intervention, psychosocial impacts, and stuttering management across the lifespan. They learn to identify and describe stuttering in preschool children, school-aged children, and adults, using appropriate measures for severity, speech naturalness, and anxiety.
If screening indicated potential stuttering, a more extensive test battery was administered. As a result, 17 of the patients were diagnosed with neurogenic stuttering, resulting in a % incidence among stroke patients.
The stuttering persisted in at least % of these patients for more than six months following the stroke. significantly reduce stuttering and (b) when appropriate, induce natural-sounding speech and maintenance of fluency. Follow-up and booster treatment may stretch clinical management in adults to about 4 years.
In children, stuttering may be eliminated in a year's treatment and a year's clinical management (follow-up and booster treatment). Part III Clinical Management of Stuttering Chapter 8.
Stuttering Therapy: Issues, Directions, Research, Ethics Chapter 9. Assessment of Adults and School-Age Children Chapter Adult Therapy: Focus on Emotional Reactions Chapter Therapy for Adults: Focus on Stuttering and Fluency Chapter Therapy for School-Age Children Chapter Brand: Ehud Yairi.
Other Therapies for Older Children. Response Contingencies once again tops the list; Prolonged speech also has good outcomes (stretching out vowels and using extra pauses) Self-management for older kids: know when they are stuttering and provide the response.
Defining Stuttering – Clinical Takeaways. Even young children can define stuttering when given the right support or instruction. After watching lessons featuring stuttering characters, % of preschools (32/37) could define stuttering (Weidner, ): When your words get stuck.
They try to get the bounces out. They sound out their words.Stuttering, or stammering, is a speech disorder characterised by interruptions to speech such as hesitating, repeating sounds and words, or prolonging sounds.
The cause of stuttering is unknown, but genetics are thought to play a significant role. Children and adults .The author presents an objective, research-oriented, and evenhanded approach to understanding the nature and treatment of stuttering.
It is the first book to contain a full chapter on stutterer's self-help programs and contains the clearest and most up-to-date review of brain research on stutterers.