Is it possible for speech therapy to improve upon natural recovery rates in children who stutter?
International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 40, 349- 358, March 2005
Vikram N. Dayalu, Ph.D., CCC-SLP Department of Speech-Language Pathology
J. Kalinowski, T. Saltuklaroglu and V. Guntupalli
The purpose of this paper is to assess speech and language therapists' self-reported perceptions of their success in helping children 'completely recover from stuttering' (i.e. no longer exhibiting any overt or covert stuttering symptoms or using therapeutic strategies to modify speech and no longer being viewed by themselves or anyone else as a 'stutterer').