Posted by: drmolly in stuttering, speech on
Aug 31, 2010
Most kids between the ages of 2-4 stumble over their words at times. Heck, even grownups find themselves stammering when nervous or under stress. Differentiating which kids have normal dysfluency and which will go on to need speech therapy for stuttering problems can be tricky.
Developmental dysfluency is common in preschoolers and is a function of the fact that the brain is working at a much faster clip than the mouth. As a result, sometimes