Stuttering is a complex disorder. There are many myths about what causes it and what the person who stutterers should do. We offer individualized, age-appropriate one-to-one and group services to help address fluency problems. These include techniques for enhancing fluency and facilitating successful communication, strategies for shaping positive attitudes toward communication, and programs to address stuttering modification.
For preschool children and their families, services focus on environmental and personal strategies for facilitating fluency and successful communication. Programs often include parent coaching.
For young school-age children, services aim to improve fluency and shape positive attitudes toward communication.
For older children and adults, services address fluency training, desensitization to stuttering, modifying stuttering, and attitudes toward communication.