In this video, speech-language pathologist Carrie Clark will talk about some ideas that you can use in speech therapy for a preschooler who stutters.

Indirect Therapy:

  • Identify fast vs. slow speech from the therapist
  • Practice using fast and slow speech for the child
  • Practice slow, smooth, exaggerated speech

Direct Therapy:

**Always watch students for signs that therapies are making it better or worse and adapt as needed.

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