A fluency camp designed for school-age children who stutter is held annually in the summer.
Serves highly unintelligible children between ages 3-8. Speech samples are analyzed to determine speech patterns that are interfering with children being understood. Graduate student clinicians teach these children to produce new appropriate speech patterns and provide opportunities for practice via creative motivational materials and activities. Children attend 60-70 minute sessions once a week.
Want to learn more about speech-language development and disorders?
Visit the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association website at www.asha.org/public/speech