It is well-established that fluency disorders is one of the "Big 9" areas in which clinical training programs find it difficult to provide students with needed education and experience. Therefore, equipping them with quality materials to advance their knowledge and skills is of critical importance.
 
The Stuttering Foundation has several options to help increase your students' knowledge and skills in stuttering.
 
First, Classroom/Clinical Adoption Rates are available on all hard copies of materials. Click here for examples of resource packets currently being used by universities around the country.
 
Second, we offer almost all of our videos for continuing education online at www.StutteringCEUs.org. This is a great opportunity for professors and clinical instructors to take CE focused on stuttering from anywhere there is an Internet connection. Students can also purchase access to these online videos, vs. hard copies of materials, and take quizzes that will provide them with a certificate of attendance if they pass with a score of 80% or better.
 
Third, we now also offer our videos on a new, easy-to-use streaming site:  www.StutteringHelp.org/Streaming. With this option, instructors can create individualized bundles specific to their graduate program at a discounted rate.
 
Last, we offer streaming rights via university learning management systems (i.e., LMS like Blackboard, Canvas, Desire2Learn, etc.). Instead of requiring individual students to purchase materials or online access, a university program may choose to purchase access for an entire class to load within its LMS.
 
Please e-mail info@stutteringhelp.org for more information on these options, advice on which is the best for your class/clinic, and to determine what type of group discount is most suitable for your students' needs.
 
We are confident that you will find something that meets the needs of your program as you work to implement the CFCC standards for documenting KASA competencies in fluency.
 
 
Visit our Web sites, www.StutteringHelp.org and www.tartamudez.org, for additional resources.
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