|About the presenter: Erin C. Dyer has been a speech pathologist for 28 years and is a member of the initial cadre of Board-Recognized Specialists in Fluency Disorders. She currently works with children and their parents at the Belleville School District in Belleville, WI. Erin teaches the Graduate Seminar in Fluency Disorders at the U.W.: Whitewater and has a private practice. An ASHA Legislative Councilor, Erin has worked to promote the needs of students and individuals who stutter.|
A variation of this activity involved having the parents identify behaviors that they do that impacts their child's speech. One father had to avoid finishing his son's statements, His mother had to avoid talking about work during dinner. Both parents earned a reward. Dad got to play an extra game of golf. Mom was given a flowering plant.
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