Stuttering: ASHA Tips for Identifying Signs and Facilitating Verbal Expression
May 20, 2019
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) describes four signs that could signal your child may have a communication disorder. Questions to ask include;
- Does your child repeat the first sounds of words?
- Does your child use speech breaks while trying to say a word?
- Does your child stretch sounds out?
- Does your child show frustration when trying to say words?
If you believe your child stutters and has another communication disorder, call BRAINS to schedule an appointment for Speech & Language Therapy at 616-365-8920.