Voice and Fluency (Stuttering) Problems
Fluency Assessment and Intervention Resource (FLAIR) - Save $10.00(#40088-IN)
Ages 4 through 9. Here is a collection of high-interest activities and games that you can use to build fluency in children with stuttering problems.
Use high interest game activities to help children who stutter. The game activities challenge students to ask questions, give directions, etc. as they interact with others.
Pragmatic Stuttering Intervention for Adolescents and Adults(#4602-IN)
Dennis C. Tanner, Wendy Belliveau, and Gib Seibert
Ages 13 through adult. This book offers a pragmatic approach to the treatment of stuttering in adolescents and adults.
Pragmatic Stuttering Intervention for Children(#4601-IN)
Dennis C. Tanner
A practical, stuttering intervention program for children - easy to use!
Relaxation Training CD Program for Stuttering(#4078-IN)
Dennis C. Tanner
Ages 10 through adult Now you can give each of your stuttering clients a personal copy of this popular progressive relaxation training program.
Stuttering in the Classroom: Information for Teachers(#4079-IN)
Academic Communication Associates
This easy-to-read handout includes information about the nature and treatment of stuttering. A reproducible checklist that can be used as a basis for referral is also included.
Systematic Assessment of Voice(#4925-IN)
Kenneth G. Shipley
This comprehensive inventory can be used to assess a wide range of voice disorders in children or adults.
Understanding Stuttering: Information for Parents and Teachers(#40688-IN)
This inexpensive booklet includes answers to the questions most often asked by parents about stuttering.
Using Your Best Voice(#29873-IN)
Ages 3 through 11. This practical 288-page book includes a variety of high-interest activities and reproducible worksheets for treating voice disorders in children.