- Stuttering Information for Parents and Teachers of Preschoolers
- Stuttering and your child – a full-length video produced by the Stuttering Foundation of America is freely available to view online.
- Extensive guides/materials for parents by professionals
- Stuttering Prevention: A Manual For Parents by C. Woodruff Starkweather, Ph.D., Sheryl Ridener Gottwald, Ph.D., and Murray Halfond, Ph.D., Temple University Stuttering Prevention Clinic
- The Child Who Stutters: Parent’s Guide by Julie Mazzuca-Peter.
- Information for Parents – by Stephen Hood
- To the Parents of the NonFluent Child by Peter Ramig
- Information for Parents of Preschool Children Who Stutter PDF format from The Stuttering Center of Western Pennsylvania
- Suggestions for Families of Young Children Who Stutter PDF format from The Stuttering Center of Western Pennsylvania
- Child Management For Parents PDF format from Judith Eckhardt
- Guidelines For Living With A Busy Child PDF format from Judith Eckhardt
- The Top Ten “To Do” List for parent of preschool children PDF format from Judith Eckhardt
- The Top 10″ List For Teens PDF format from Judith Eckhardt
- Parent Information For Preschool Children Who Stutter PDF format from Judith Eckhardt
- Ways To Build Your Child’s Self-Esteem PDF format from Judith Eckhardt
- How Parents and Professionals Can Help the Stuttering Child by Richard Shine.
- Some ideas for parents – from Gerald Johnson
- Ten Suggestions to Caregivers of Children Who Stutter by Gerald Johnson
- Environmental Reorganization For Children Who Stutter by Gerald and Maxine Johnson
- Signals: For Parents of Children Who Stutter by Gerald F. Johnson and Maxine Johnson
- 101 Ways to Praise Your Child
- Verbal Valentines Can Make Your Child’s World a Little Warmer
- There are two publications from the Stuttering Foundation of America catalog that are available from the SFA at a very reasonable cost:
- If Your Child Stutters: A Guide For Parents, 6th edition, 2004.
- Stuttering and your Child: Q & A, Revised 3rd edition, 2002.
- Stuttering Prevention Website by Tony Wray.
- Special Education Law & Children Who Stutter
- Brochures and information from organizations
- A Guide for Parents – from the NSP
- NSA Brochure for Parents of Preschool Children
- NSA Brochure for Parents of School Age Children
- NSA Brochure for Parents of Teens
- Brochure: If You Think Your Child Is Stuttering in html or PDF from the Stuttering Foundation of America
- When to be Concerned by the Communication Disorders Department, Rehabilitation Centre, Ottawa
- Is it Stuttering?
- The Child Who St-St-Stutters from Alfred I duPont Institute Child Health Talk Ideas for Promoting Fluency at Home – from speech-language pathologists in Edina, MN.
- An article published in the February 1999 edition of the School News Is my child stuttering? If so, what should I do? by Lisa R. LaSalle, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
- Suggestions for Parents of Stuttering Children by Dorvan Breitenfeldt from SPEAK EASY inc. – Canada’s Organization for People Who Stutter
- Stammering – What You Need To Know from the Irish Association of Speech and Language Therapists.
- Additional information
- Sometimes I Just Stutter by Eelco de Geus who lives in the Netherlands and translated by Elisabeth Versteegh-Vermeij, is a book written especially for children who stutter. You can order a copy from the Stuttering Foundation of America online catalog for $2 or you can read it online free.
- Daddy To Make It Better – a touching story by John Ahlbach, about a father who stutters facing disfluencies in his own son.
- J. Anthony Wray’s Stuttering Prevention web page.
- Bill Murphy and Hope Gulker, Goals for Parents of Children Who Stutter information from a session presented at the ASHA Convention, Seattle, WA, 1996.
- The First Time: How do I start a conversation with my child about stammering? from the British Stammering Association
- Kids Who Stutter, a nice booklet with good information and resources, created by Irene Helen Zundel, a homeschooling mom who has relatives and friends who stutter, and placed on the Stuttering Home Page with her permission.
What Parents Can Do For Your Child When He Is Being Teased For Stuttering by Gail Wilson Lew
- Articles and websites which deal with teasing/bullying
- Speech Pathologists Can Help Children Who Are Teased Because They Stutter by Bill Murphy
- Raven Days – for victims and survivors of bullying.
- Bully Online
- Bully Beware
- News Unlimited: The Guardian article Stammerers targeted by school bullies by John Carvel, Education Editor Friday June 4, 1999.
- John Rosemond’s Beating the Bully, which first appeared in Better Homes and Gardens, September 1994
- Bandaids and Blackboards – When Chronic Illness…or Some Other Medical Problem. Goes to School by Joan Fleitas School of Nursing is designed to sensitize people to what it’s like to grow up with medical problems. Included in this well-designed and interesting site is information and links about dealing with teasing about any difference or disability, including
- What Makes Kids Care? Teaching Gentleness in a Violent World
- Bullies to Buddies
- Act Against Violence: Outreach Campaign – Active Student Engagement
- Tease Proof Your Kids
- Connie Dugan’s book review and application to a client of The Meanest Thing to Say by Bill Cosby.
- Stuttering and Teasing by Gail Wilson Lew.
- ERIC digest article, Bullying in Schools by Ron Banks.
- Teasing And Bullying Of Children Who Stutter by Ian Roth & Deryk Beal, students in a course on stuttering at the University of Toronto.
- The Don’t Laugh at Me program is part of the Operation Respect project, whose goal is to eliminate bullying in the schools. Begun by Peter Yarrow from folk singers, Peter, Paul, and Mary, DLAM consists of three curricula (grades 2-5, grades 6-8, and one for summer camps and after-school programs). These resources contain wonderful ideas for helping classroom teachers or school clinicians reduce bullying of children. The entire curriculum (ranging from 50-100 pages) and all the materials, including songs and videos are freely available online or can be ordered. This resource belongs in every school.
- Bully-Proof Your Child by Elin McCoy, reprinted from the STAFF newsletter.
- Trouble at Recess – free download from the Stuttering Foundation about being teased.
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