A few weeks ago I had the honor of being interviewed by Paula Spencer Scott at Kinstantly, a new website community connecting parents to services for their child. Paula and I had the opportunity to discuss a topic that many parents are curious about, the worries and concerns of parents who hear their child stutter. We discussed the age at which children typically begin stuttering - 2 to 3 years old - and the difference between disfluencies (we all stutter sometimes) and dysfluencies (including repetitions and broken words). Take a look at the full article here, and check out the community resource offered by Kinstantly!
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