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Stuttering in children

Stuttering is a speech disorder that usually starts between the ages of two and five years. Learn more about symptoms, causes, treatment and when to seek help.

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Speech problems in children

Speech problems are common in young children but some speech troubles can indicate a speech or development delay. Find out when to seek further advice.

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Stuttering | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

What is stuttering? Stuttering is a disorder that affects the fluency of speech

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Stuttering in children: causes & treatment | Raising Children Network

Stuttering is a common speech problem that makes it hard for children to speak smoothly. If you notice your child has a stutter, see a speech pathologist.

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Stuttering - Better Health Channel

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Speech pathology

Speech pathologists are university trained professionals who work with people of all ages to diagnose, manage and treat communication and swallowing problems.

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Communication disorders: children & teens | Raising Children Network

Communication disorders and impairments include speech disorders, language disorders, stuttering and voice problems. Speech pathologists can often help.

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Growing and learning - Ngala

Middle childhood brings many changes in a childs life

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Play ideas & language skills: school kids | Raising Children Network

School children usually communicate well, although they still make mistakes. Boost language skills by reading, telling jokes, and playing simple word games.

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Conversation skills for children | Raising Children Network

Help your child develop conversation skills by role-modelling, prompting, guiding and practising. These skills help children’s development and relationships.

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