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Children during their early childhood years undergo different developmental changes. One of these developments involves their speech. Accompanying these changes and adaptations are some dysfluencies

Health & Fitness> Speech Pathology l 2 years ago

Stuttering, a speech disorder, is the disruption of the smooth flow of speech. Repetitions, prolongations and blocks are the primary characteristics of this disorder. Stuttering is caused by a number

Health & Fitness> Speech Pathology l 2 years ago

Children, especially those in their pre-school years, experience disruptions when speaking. These disruptions can be in the form of repetitions of certain words and syllables, prolongations of sounds

Health & Fitness> Speech Pathology l 2 years ago

Stuttering as a speech disorder poses a lot of beliefs and theories concerning its origin and characteristics. One of them is the belief that stuttering is a result of the mismatch between a person's

Health & Fitness> Speech Pathology l 2 years ago

"W-w-w-what are you doing?", "Today is sssssssunday.", "That is a... (block) kite." These are just some examples of utterances of people with stuttering. Also called stammering, stuttering as a

Health & Fitness> Speech Pathology l 2 years ago

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