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Stutters are much harder to shake in adulthood, when they cause more anxiety. Flickr/Jessica Lucia

The most important thing for a stutter is to get in early

Most speech and language disorders of early childhood are obvious right from the start. If a child is having difficulty producing sounds or using language, the problem is noticed when speech development…
While stuttering affects one in ten children under the age of four, it doesn’t affect emotional development. VinothChandar

Stuttering is common, but for pre-schoolers, not necessarily harmful

What did Moses, Marilyn Monroe, Winston Churchill, Claudius, Lewis Carroll and King George VI have in common? They were all known to stutter. A new study - by me and my collaborators around Australia and…

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