Dear Experts – thank you for taking part. I am the mother of a 17-year old who stutters, author of “Voice Unearthed: Hope, Help, and a Wake-Up Call for the Parents of Children Who Stutter” and of this forum’s submission “The Right Time to Break Out the Stickers.”
I am always concerned when I see therapy recommendations for school-aged children lumped in with teens and adults. These kids are experiencing distinctly different developmental stages than older teens and adults (see my ISAD submission). Are you aware of any research or studies being done regarding the developmental appropriateness of stuttering modification therapy for this age group?
Thank you for your consideration and I look forward to your insights…
Dori Lenz Holte
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