With stuttering still a highly misunderstood disorder the release of understanding stammering or stuttering is most welcome parents and teachers and indeed anyone in the life of someone who stutters will certainly benefit from this easily approachable introduction. Get this from a library understanding stammering or stuttering a guide for parents teachers and other professionals elaine kelman alison whyte parents of children who stammer may see their child suffering with embarrassment frustration or anxiety but feel at a loss as to how best to help this book is full of helpful advice for carers . This activity is based on the information from the book understanding stammering or stuttering a guide for parents teachers and other professional s by elaine kelman and alison whyte 2012 part myths about stammering pp 38 40 distribute the handouts to the audience. Understanding stammering or stuttering provides an informative and engaging introduction to stuttering for parents teachers and others in the lives of people who stutter the authors are a speech therapist at the acclaimed michael palin centre for stammering children in britain and a medical journalist whose son received speech therapy from . Parents and teachers of children who stammer or stutter may see their child suffering with embarrassment frustration or anxiety but feel at a loss as to how best to help this book explains the characteristics of stammering and uses illuminating first hand accounts to demonstrate the common
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