At the age &#111&#102 &#116&#104&#114&#101&#101 to four, children begin stuttering as they develop &#116&#104&#101&#105&#114 speech and language skills. That &#105&#115 just normal during the speech &#100&#101&#118&#101&#108&#111&#112&#109&#101&#110&#116 stage, which &#99&#97&#117&#115&#101&#115 &#116&#111&#100&#100&#108&#101&#114&#115 to &#99&#111&#110&#115&#116&#97&#110&#116&#108&#121 repeat, &#104&#101&#115&#105&#116&#97&#116&#101, &#97&#110&#100 mispronounce words, sounds, and &#115&#121&#108&#108&#97&#98&#108&#101&#115. This temporary stage is &#99&#97&#108&#108&#101&#100 normal disfluency or pseudo-stuttering that &#111&#99&#99&#117&#114&#115 &#97&#115 &#99&#104&#105&#108&#100&#114&#101&#110 &#108&#101&#97&#114&#110 &#104&#111&#119 to &#115&#112&#101&#97&#107 properly. &#80&#97&#114&#101&#110&#116&#115 have no reason to worry because kids will eventually outgrow &#116&#104&#105&#115 stage &#97&#102&#116&#101&#114 several months.

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&#13&#10&#85&#110&#116&#105&#108 now, the exact cause &#111&#102 speech disfluency in children is still &#116&#104&#101 &#115&#117&#98&#106&#101&#99&#116 &#111&#102 numerous studies. &#72&#111&#119&#101&#118&#101&#114, &#116&#104&#101&#114&#101 are factors that may possibly trigger &#115&#112&#101&#101&#99&#104 disorders in children &#115&#117&#99&#104 as genetics &#97&#110&#100 &#116&#104&#101 &#109&#97&#108&#102&#117&#110&#99&#116&#105&#111&#110 of the mechanisms responsible for &#115&#112&#101&#101&#99&#104 production &#105&#110 &#116&#104&#101 brain, nerves, and &#109&#117&#115&#99&#108&#101&#115.

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&#13&#10&#83&#116&#97&#109&#109&#101&#114&#105&#110&#103 in children becomes &#97 cause for alarm when they fail to &#115&#104&#111&#119 &#115&#105&#103&#110&#115 &#111&#102 improvement after six months since the &#111&#110&#115&#101&#116 &#111&#102 stammering. &#84&#104&#101 following are the &#115&#121&#109&#112&#116&#111&#109&#115 every &#112&#97&#114&#101&#110&#116 &#115&#104&#111&#117&#108&#100 watch out:

&#70&#114&#101&#113&#117&#101&#110&#116 repetition of a &#99&#101&#114&#116&#97&#105&#110 syllable &#40&#101.&#103. Mom, I &#119&#97&#110&#116 &#115&#111&#109&#101 cho-cho-cho chocolates.)

Tendency to &#112&#114&#111&#110&#111&#117&#110&#99&#101 particular sounds in &#97 &#108&#101&#110&#103&#116&#104&#121 way (e.g. Ccccccan I wwwwatch TV?)

Substitution of &#118&#111&#119&#101&#108&#115 when repeating certain &#115&#121&#108&#108&#97&#98&#108&#101&#115. (e.g. I will wuh-wuh-wuhsh my feet.)

Change of &#116&#111&#110&#101 and pitch &#119&#104&#101&#110 the child gets stuck with a word

&#65&#118&#111&#105&#100&#97&#110&#99&#101 of &#115&#112&#101&#97&#107&#105&#110&#103 for fear &#111&#102 getting embarrassed

How to &#72&#101&#108&#112 Children Overcome their Condition

As a &#112&#97&#114&#101&#110&#116, &#121&#111&#117 &#104&#97&#118&#101 to make life a &#98&#105&#116 easier for your child and &#108&#101&#115&#115&#101&#110 the &#115&#116&#114&#117&#103&#103&#108&#101&#115 &#104&#101 &#111&#114 she has to endure while going through the speech disfluency &#115&#116&#97&#103&#101. &#84&#104&#101 following are &#117&#115&#101&#102&#117&#108 tips to &#104&#101&#108&#112 your child &#99&#111&#112&#101 &#119&#105&#116&#104 the &#115&#112&#101&#101&#99&#104 problem:

Refrain &#102&#114&#111&#109 asking &#121&#111&#117&#114 child too many &#113&#117&#101&#115&#116&#105&#111&#110&#115. &#84&#111&#100&#100&#108&#101&#114&#115 &#119&#105&#108&#108 find &#105&#116 easier to speak &#109&#111&#114&#101 clearly when they &#97&#114&#101 &#97&#108&#108&#111&#119&#101&#100 to express &#116&#104&#101&#109&#115&#101&#108&#118&#101&#115 &#105&#110&#115&#116&#101&#97&#100 of answering &#113&#117&#101&#115&#116&#105&#111&#110&#115 &#111&#102&#116&#101&#110.

&#13&#10 Do not react negatively or scold &#121&#111&#117&#114 child whenever he or she &#115&#116&#117&#116&#116&#101&#114&#115. Making your child feel that you dislike stammering &#119&#105&#108&#108 only make him or her &#109&#111&#114&#101 self conscious. &#74&#117&#115&#116 listen and &#115&#104&#111&#119 a neutral &#114&#101&#97&#99&#116&#105&#111&#110 or &#115&#105&#109&#112&#108&#121 smile. Also, &#97&#118&#111&#105&#100 the urge &#116&#111 complete &#111&#114 correct the &#115&#101&#110&#116&#101&#110&#99&#101 for your child. &#76&#101&#116 him or &#104&#101&#114 &#101&#120&#112&#114&#101&#115&#115 the message without &#97&#110&#121 interruption.

After &#121&#111&#117&#114 child &#104&#97&#115 &#99&#111&#109&#112&#108&#101&#116&#101&#100 the sentence, say it again &#105&#110 a slow &#109&#97&#110&#110&#101&#114 to let him &#111&#114 &#104&#101&#114 know that you understood the message.

Speak &#116&#111 &#121&#111&#117&#114 child in a moderate pace. This will train &#121&#111&#117&#114 &#99&#104&#105&#108&#100 to speak calmly instead &#111&#102 hurrying to say &#116&#104&#105&#110&#103&#115. In &#97&#100&#100&#105&#116&#105&#111&#110, &#112&#97&#121 attention to what your child &#104&#97&#115 to &#115&#97&#121. If you look like youre &#105&#110 a hurry, &#121&#111&#117&#114 child will tend to speak faster &#116&#111 &#107&#101&#101&#112 up &#119&#105&#116&#104 you.

&#13&#10 &#69&#110&#99&#111&#117&#114&#97&#103&#101&#98&#117&#116 dont &#102&#111&#114&#99&#101&#121&#111&#117&#114 child to talk. That way, the child &#108&#101&#97&#114&#110&#115 to be &#99&#111&#110&#102&#105&#100&#101&#110&#116 when &#115&#112&#101&#97&#107&#105&#110&#103. Whenever your &#99&#104&#105&#108&#100 says a complete and correct sentence, praise him or &#104&#101&#114.

&#13&#10&#89&#111&#117&#114 &#99&#104&#105&#108&#100 needs &#121&#111&#117&#114 care, understanding, and &#115&#117&#112&#112&#111&#114&#116 to &#98&#101 &#97&#98&#108&#101 &#116&#111 cope &#119&#105&#116&#104 &#115&#116&#117&#116&#116&#101&#114&#105&#110&#103. Give your &#99&#104&#105&#108&#100 the assurance that you wont punish him or her &#102&#111&#114 every mistake. That way, it &#119&#105&#108&#108 be easier &#102&#111&#114 the &#99&#104&#105&#108&#100 to &#111&#117&#116&#103&#114&#111&#119 &#116&#104&#101 speech &#112&#114&#111&#98&#108&#101&#109.

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