Resources Available For Teachers With A Student Who Stutters

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STATE – The Stuttering Foundation has many resources for teachers so they can help a student who stutters. Teachers who take the time to learn how to react to stuttering can be an asset to that student’s having a good learning experience in the classroom and being a participant in the class. The following resources can be found free online at www.stutteringhelp.org.

Brochures –

  • Notes to the teacher: The child who stutters at school
  • 8 tips for the teacher
  • Special Education Law & Children who stutter

Streaming video – Stuttering: Straight Talk for Teachers

Ebook – Trouble at Recess

Resources in Spanish http://www.tartamudez.org/maestros.html

The DVD, Stuttering: Straight Talk for Teachers is offered free to all public libraries and comes with a 42-page handbook of information and resources. Therapy in Action: The School-age Child Who Stutters is another DVD free to public libraries. Check to see if your public library has them. Contact the Foundation for more information by calling 1-800-992-9392 or by email info@stutteringhelp.org.

A classroom presentation packet with posters and brochures for children to use when making presentations to their class about stuttering is also available.


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