Parents & Teachers: Resources on Stuttering
As parents, you may wonder if your child is developing speech impediments or a stuttering problem if he or she tends to repeat certain syllables, words, or phrases.
Although developing a stuttering problem may be possible, it can also be a natural part of your child's developmental phase. How can you tell if your child's stuttering is temporary – or becoming a problem?
The resources below will help you understand the differences between stuttering and normal language development.
- If You Think Your Child Is Stuttering: This Web site addresses parental concerns about childhood stuttering. It includes links and videos to diagnose stuttering, FAQ page, preschool therapy, resources for parents, insurance coverage, referrals, therapy, and requests for free information.
Reviewed by: Adolescent Interest Group
Last reviewed: August 2013