Fluency Resources

We all have times when we demonstrate difficulty trying to speak smoothly. We may add "uh" or "like " when we are speaking to others. Sometimes, we may even say a sound or word more than once. These dysfluencies may be considered completely normal if they happen every once in a while. When it happens a lot, it may be stuttering. 

People who stutter with speech can experiences changes from day to day. Stress or excitement can lead to more stuttering. 
Use the tabs on the left to access activities and resources to target fluency at home.