Normal Non-Fluency and Stuttering

Normal Non-Fluency and Stuttering

Normal Non-Fluency and Stuttering This blog is about normal non-fluency and stuttering. Let’s first try to understand our speech. Firstly, our speech develops as we grow. Secondly, typical kids learn to say words by 1 year of age. Further, speech-language development continues as one grows. Language refers to the linguistic aspects of communication. Similarly, speech …

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neurogenic stuttering

“Wh’s” of Neurogenic Stuttering

“Wh’s” of Neurogenic Stuttering What is Neurogenic Stuttering? Neurogenic stuttering is a rare type of fluency disorder. A person with stuttering finds it difficult to maintain smooth speech while performing speech tasks. Neurogenic stuttering usually presents after some injury to the central nervous system. The injuries include: Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Cerebrovascular Accidents (CVA)/ Stroke …

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