Stuttering Therapy Resources, Inc., publishes practical materials to help speech-language pathologists help people who stutter. All of our materials are written by stuttering specialists with many years of experience working with children and adults who stutter. Our books are filled with useful assessment plans, treatment strategies, activities, worksheets, and more--all in an accessible format so you can easily apply our methods to your everyday therapy. We have several new resources on the way. Join our mailing list to keep up-to-date.
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by Nina Reardon-Reeves & J. Scott Yaruss
Many SLPs lack confidence in their ability to help school-age children who stutter. If you've ever had questions about which therapy strategies are most effective, or if you've ever worried about helping your clients who stutter, then School-Age Stuttering Therapy: A Practical Guide was written for you. This comprehensive manual covers the entire assessment and intervention process, presented with sufficient background to help you understand the goals of therapy and how to adapt those goals for different children. This 295-page, spiral-bound book contains numerous reproducible forms, worksheets, checklists, treatment goals, and activities that you can use in therapy right away. Most importantly, this guide will help you develop confidence in your ability to provide effective therapy for students who stutter.
Stuttering: How Teachers Can Help. ($5) This 28-page booklet describes ways that educators, coaches, support staff, and others can work together to help children who stutter in the school setting. Give one to everyone in your school and build a support network that will help your students both in and out of the classroom.
Early Childhood Stuttering Therapy: A Practical Guide ($60 - special pre-order price ending soon - $52)
by J. Scott Yaruss & Nina Reardon-Reeves
Evaluation and treatment procedures for young children who stutter have changed dramatically in recent years. Gone are the days when clinicians and parents should avoid talking about stuttering in an attempt to prevent a child from developing awareness about his speaking difficulties. Today, we know that we can provide direct therapy--even for very young children--that helps children improve their speech fluency; develop healthy, appropriate communication attittudes; and strengthen their communication skills. Early Childhood Stuttering Therapy: A Practical Guide provides a comprehensive and detailed description of the entire intervention process for preschool and young school-age children who stutter, starting with the initial contact and pre-referral process, through conducting a comprehensive evaluation that focuses on the risk that the child might continue to stutter, to providing less-direct therapy to help parents and others create fluency-facilitating environments to enhance a child's fluency, and all the way through providing direct therapy to help the child improve his fluency and communication attitudes. This 320-page, spiral-bound book contains numerous reproducible forms, worksheets, checklists, treatment goals, and activities that you can use in therapy right away to help your students and their families--and to help you increase your confidence in your ability to provide effective therapy for students who stutter.
Minimizing Bullying for Children Who Stutter
($54 complete set)
by William P. Murphy, Robert W. Quesal, Nina Reardon-Reeves, & J. Scott Yaruss
A significant portion of children who stutter report that they are bullied about their speech and that they struggle with the effects of bullying. Reduced self-esteem and self-confidence caused by bullying often increase their feelings of social isolation and make it even harder for them to communicate effectively. Fear of being bullied may lead children who stutter to stay silent instead of participating in classroom and social activities. The tested strategies in Minimizing Bullying for Children Who Stutter can help your clients break free from the burden of bullying. This comprehensive program includes a 125-page guidebook for speech-language pathologists, as well as accompanying workbooks for parents, teachers, school administrators, and children who stutter. Each component of the program includes worksheets, forms, therapy activities, and rationale so that everyone involved can work together to diminish--and even prevent--the negative consequences of bullying.
Edited by Carolyn Cheasman, Rachel Everard, and Sam Simpson. Published by J&R Press, United Kingdom.
Now available in the United States through Stuttering Therapy Resources.
Stammering Therapy from the Inside brings the richness of contemporary stammering therapy for young people and adults into the public domain. By including many innovative and previously undocumented approaches, it broadens the discourse and extends the boundaries of thinking about stammering theory. A key and unique aspect of the book is that the majority of chapters will be co-authored by therapists and clients in order to deepen our knowledge of therapy in line with recent trends in narrative-based practice.