How teachers can help students who Stutter: MyHealth.Alberta.ca
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This Canadian link on How a Teacher Can Help a Student Who Stutters, is part of a larger, online resource made available by MyHealth.Alberta.ca. Visitors to the site will find several practical strategies that teachers can implement to help students in their class who stutter, including how teachers can deal with teasing. The information provided on this link was developed by Speech-Language Pathology, Alberta Health Services.
Links to related information on the MyHealth.Alberta.ca site are also provided, including a link that leads to an overview of stuttering, another describing what stuttering is, as well as one that provides strategies (in line with those provided for teachers) that parents of children who stutter can utilize to help their children at home.
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