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School-Age Stuttering: What Works?

Reardon-Reeves, N. (2006, September 26). The ASHA Leader.
What works in school-age stuttering treatment? This question has been asked countless times by speech-language pathologists in all settings. The problem is that it has been answered in countless ways as well.
In response, I will address the “Big 4” concepts (listed in no particular order) that guide me in determining what works in school-age stuttering treatment. Obviously, this is by no means an exhaustive list, but it gives us food for thought and a beginning framework for further enhancement of our skills in treating children who stutter.
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