(The information below is from a flier produced by the Stuttering Foundation of America - JAK)
STUTTERING AND YOUR CHILD: A VIDEOTAPE FOR PARENTS 1994 Production, Prevention of Stuttering series, SFA cost: $5.00. Order from Stuttering Foundation of America P.O. Box 11749 Memphis, TN 38111 This new videotape is designed to provide parents with up-to-date information about -what stuttering is; -what is thought to cause and worsen childhood stuttering; -what parents can do to help their child. This 30-minute videotape, narrated by well-known anchorperson Denise Dubois, clearly and concisely shows parents what they can expect to see and hear if their child stutters. It also answers questions about stuttering and shows parents doing things to help their child speak more easily with less stuttering. This videotape is an excellent resource for parents, family members, daycare personnel, teachers, physicians, and speech-language pathologists and is certain to further the understanding of childhood stuttering, its origins, and what can be done to help. Videotaped by Edward G. Conture, Ph.D., of Syracuse University's Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, the videotape provides dynamic perspective to the Stuttering Foundation of America's publications. Appropriate for viewing in any home, daycare, clinical, or educational setting.