Chapter 4, Slide G - Fluency Disorders
D. Disfluency in children: how fluent are children when they are learning to talk?
- Almost all children are disfluent when they are learning to talk.
- Making children aware of the disfluency may cause anxiety and make it more likely they will be disfluent.
- Important to be patient, and encouraging, to children learning to speak.
E. Case histories
Read in chapter 4 the case histories of Susan, Ricky and Randy, and Jack.
Interview with young adult.