It is essential to provide teachers with the right tools to communicate with their students in the classroom. The most important thing to support a child stuttering in the classroom is to be a good communicator yourself.
Despite the fact that stuttering affects more than three million Americans, many individuals still misunderstand this common speech disability. One of the Stuttering Foundation’s goals is to provide the best and most up-to-date information available to help dispel any myths that still exist.
Year after year, one of the most frequently asked questions we receive, usually from parents of a child who stutters, is a simple one to answer. Do I need to do anything special when talking with a child who stutters?