Thursday, 7 January 2021

Normal Speech Dysfluency

Normal speech dysfluency

  • whole-word or phrase repetitions
    • (e.g., 'I want, I want an apple"), 
  • incomplete phrases, 
  • interjections, 
  • unfilled pauses, 
  • parenthetical remarks. 

If these difficulties increase in frequency or complexity as the child grows older, a diagnosis of childhood-onset fluency disorder is appropriate

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