Resources related to fluency, or the rhythm of our speech. Fluency disorders are often referred to as "stuttering."If you aren't sure what stuttering is, Stuttering 101 is a great page from Friends Who Stutter explaining what a stutter is, what causes it, and basic facts.
Stuttering Video Tips and Education - Videos in English and Spanish providing information and ideas around fluency (From the Stuttering Foundation)Stuttering Handouts and Resources - Brochures with information related to identifying, treating, and educating others about stuttering. Additional language translations here. (From the Stuttering Foundation)Stuttering: For Kids, By Kids - Videos about stuttering presented by kids, and information on celebrities who stutter. (From the Stuttering Foundation)Friends Who Stutter-Parent Resources - Videos and articles from and for parents of children who stutter. (From Friends Who Stutter)Just For Kids - A Page for Kids Who Stutter - Activities and games that focus around stuttering awareness. (From Minnesota State University)StutterTalk - A podcast for kids, teens, and adults who stutter.Bright-Hub Tips for Stutterers: https://www.brighthubeducation.com/special-ed-speech-disorders/91704-teaching-tips-for-a-student-who-stutters/ --description of what different disfluencies may sound like and tips for how to help your child become more fluent/have smoother speech