Stuttering is a speech problem characterized by repetitions, pauses, or drawn out syllables, words, and phrases. Stutterers are different than people experiencing normal fluency problems because a stutterer's disfluency is more severe and consistent than that of people who do not stutter.

The following articles are provided for your reference from Super Duper Publications and other resources.

Encouraging Speech from your Dysfluent Child

What do you want to know about Stuttering

Focus on Fluency Strategies

Stuttering Strategies for Teachers