School-Age Stuttering Therapy: A Practical Guide
By Nina Reardon-Reeves and J. Scott Yaruss
A comprehensive approach for evaluating and treating children and teens who stutter, ages 6 to 18. Learn to:
- Conduct comprehensive evaluations to qualify children for therapy.
- Write attainable goals and document success.
- Implement evidence-based practice (EBP).
Treat all aspects of stuttering: improve fluency, reduce negative reactions, and minimize adverse impact.
- Engage children with our easy-to-use worksheets and activities.
- Build a team of parents, teachers, and peers to support children in and out of the classroom.
- Overcome common fears about stuttering to build confidence in your skills.
Contains more than 50 pages of reproducible forms and worksheets!
This authoritative guide teaches SLPs how to help school-age children and teens who stutter. Written by specialists and packed with practical information, School-Age Stuttering Therapy steps you through the entire intervention process, from assessment, to treatment, and on to long-term follow-up. Using a conversational style, the text balances scholarly rationale with real-world examples and activities to help you build understanding while staying focused on useful skills. The manual includes many examples from the authors' experiences, numerous sample goals, engaging therapy activities, and reproducible worksheets and forms, so you can use our creative and effective strategies right away.
Be sure to add our booklets for parents and teachers of school-age children who stutter to offer expert information and support.
Spiral Bound, 294 pages. ISBN: 978-0-9837538-0-3
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