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  • FAQ's About Stuttering
    Frequently asked questions about stuttering from the Stuttering Foundation of America.
    (Added: Wed May 01 2002)
  • Frequently Asked Questions
    Frequently asked questions about stuttering answered by Dr. Stan Goldberg Ph.D.
    (Added: Tue Jan 15 2002)
  • NIDCD Stuttering Information
    Stuttering information from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders website.
    (Added: Wed May 01 2002)
  • Sometimes I Just Stutter
    By Eelco de Geus © Copyright 1999 by Stuttering Foundation of America. We make it available for your personal use only. We hope you find it useful. Click on the image of the book cover to start reading.
    (Added: Wed May 01 2002)
  • Stuttering - ASHA
    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.
    (Added: Tue Jul 10 2001)
  • Stuttering Prevention - by Anthony Wray Speech language Pathologist
    This site is dedicated to providing information about the nature of early childhood stuttering and ways to prevent its development. You will find numerous articles about early childhood stuttering, including warning signs, ways to reduce communication demands for children, and intervention programs for preventing and treating early childhood stuttering. You will also find many links to other articles about stuttering in school-aged children and adults.
    (Added: Tue Jan 01 2002)