I’m Worried; Is My Child Stuttering?
I think my child is stuttering- should I be worried? This is a question I frequently receive from parents of young children. More often than not, the answer to this question is "No." Between the ages of 2 and 5, many children experience periods of dysfluency. The dysfluencies of a typical preschooler may be characterized by the presence of interjections (e.g., There’s the- uh- ball), revisions (e.g., I want my – where’s my Mommy), and/or word repetitions (e.g., Where’s my-my milk). These... read more