Coping with Stuttering

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 90 pages
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Many of our teenagers find themselves facing a host of problems they know nothing about. These six new Coping titles will provide teens with information and clarification on some of life's confusing problems.

What greater obstacle to a normal social life can teens face than the inability to express themselves or the fear of even trying? This book discusses the latest medical thinking about the causes of stuttering and the value of speech therapy, and it offers insight and psychological support to teens who must struggle with this difficult problem.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Stuttering and School
27
Speech Therapy
68
Where to Go for Help
86
Copyright

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Page 88 - A sound that is made over and over before a word is completed. speech therapist/speech pathologist A person who is professionally trained to treat speech disorders. speech therapy Treatment for a speech disorder.

About the author (2000)

Melanie Ann Apel, a Lincoln Park original, is raising her own children in the neighborhood that her family has called home for the past half century. Walking to the same grocery store, attending the same grade school, playing on the same playground, and visiting the same zoo, Melanie's children share another generation in the warmth

of Lincoln Park.