Archive for December 20th, 2010
Contrary to popular belief, stuttering is not a developmental delay or language impairment, but rather a communication disorder. Stuttering is often accompanied by other events: respiratory blockage, contraction of certain parts of the face, diversion of gaze, etc..
The child provided a great effort to speak. Unfortunately, these efforts futile accompanied a physical and psychological strong. Children under 3 are not affected by the statistics. This is the age where children learn to talk and repetition are very frequent. So if your child has some difficulty pronouncing words correctly, especially not jump to conclusions. Read the rest of this entry »