Internet Resources for School-based Speech-Language Pathologists
Serving Children Who Stutter
ABOUT THIS SITE: The information below was extracted from the Stuttering Home Page by the SID4 Schools Task Force (Susan Cochrane (chair), Kristin Chmela, Leslie Furmanski, Nancy Ribbler, Glenn Tellis, and Vickie Williams) and Judy Kuster as links especially relevant to school-based speech-language clinicians serving children who stutter and their families. Additional materials and information is available on the Stuttering Home Page. This page maintained by Judy Kuster.
Van Riper's Guest Editorial: To Our Clinicians (http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/vanriper/articles/editorial.html)
ESPECIALLY FOR PARENTS
ESPECIALLY FOR TEACHERS
Reviewed by Nancy Ribbler, 11/6/2008
ESPECIALLY FOR CLINICIANS
Reviewed by Nancy Ribbler, 11/6/2008
compiled by Judy Kuster
Reviewed by Susan Cochrane - November 8, 2008
- Treating School-Age Children Who Stutter- Objectives & Activities (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/isad8/papers/ppt/ppt8.html#coleman) - Aspects that may be included in treatment; how to document them and do them (Coleman, Roccon, & Zerhusen)
- My Story- A Power Point Teaching Tool (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/isad9/papers/therapy9/games9.html) - A framework that allows children of different ages to write about their "stuttering story" and share it with others; examples are provided (Games).
- Stuttering Jeopardy (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/kids/jeopardy.html) - An interactive game to help children learn about stuttering (Kuster).
- Stuttering: Fact or Fiction (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/isad8/papers/ppt/ppt8.html#wollman) - A great activity that sets up a debate based on statements presented about stuttering; A way to learn myths and realities about the disorder (Wollman & Zeit).
- Stuttering for Kids, by Kids (www.stutteringhelp.org/default.aspx?tabindex=486&tabid=496) - A videotape featuring many different children who stutter; children give kids who stutter advice (SFA).
- Stuttering: Straight Talk for Teens (www.stutteringhelp.org/Default.aspx?tabid=491) - A videotape that teaches teens about stuttering (SFA).
- How Do People Talk (www.unl.edu/fluency/howtalk.shtml) - Teaching kids about the normal speech process; Includes diagrams and an explanation (Healey).
- Teach the Normal Speaking Process (web.archive.org/web/20080305113336/http://www.slp.duq.edu/rentschler/STUTTERING/therapy_skills/normal.htm) - A way to teach kids about how talking is made (Rentschler).
- Using the Internet with Children Who Stutter (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/ISAD3/papers/shields2.html) - Ways a clinician can use the internet as a helpful tool in stuttering therapy (Shields).
- Self and Double Charting: A Self-Monitoring Strategy for School-Age Children Who Stutter (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/isad9/papers/chmela9.html) A paper regarding the use of a self-monitoring strategy for therapy. This strategy may be utilized in individual or group treatment (Chmela).
- Stuttering Awareness Games (www.quia.com/cb/2807.html) - A collection of True/False statements and other games to teach facts about stuttering (Bryant & McMillin)
- Disfluency: A Webquest for Grades 4-6 (http://usiweb.usi.edu/students/2003/v_w_x_y_z/wuertz_c/Introduction.html) A Webquest activity for school-age children (Wuertz).
- Cat Got Your Tongue (http://web.archive.org/web/20030830021021/http://www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/fil/pages/webchildrensa.html) A Webquest created by high school students to teach other students about stuttering (Bissoondatt).
- Treating the School-Age Stutterer (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/TherapyWWW/components/treatschoolage.html) - A collection of therapy strategies that may be part of school-age stuttering therapy and activities to execute those strategies (Ramig et al.)
- Fluency Yahtzee (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/isad9/papers/therapy9/bennett9.html) - A creative game that provides children with the opportunity to make choices about practicing various skills or drills that increase desensitization (Bennett).
- Teasing from Kids for Kids (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/kids/kids.html#teasing) A variety of activities to help children cope with and understand teasing, bullying, and the best ways to react to it (Kuster).
- Speech Pathologists can help children who are teased because they stutter (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/ISAD3/papers/murphy.html) - Ideas that will help the clinician help the child who stutters who is being teased (Murphy).
- Teasing Inventory (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster2/therapy/teasinginventory.html) - A checklist the clinician can use with a child who stutters weekly or monthly to "check-in" about teasing situations (Dugan).
- Trouble at Recess (www.stutteringhelp.org/Portals/English/book0034.pdf) - A book written by an 8 year old child who stutters(SFA).
- Helping Children Who Stutter Become Their Own Advocates (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/therapypics/pictures.html) - Reproducible pictures that help children teach others about stuttering and the best ways to react to their stuttering (Roberts & Kuster).
- Class Visits for Children Who Stutter (www.unl.edu/fluency/class.shtml) - An explanation of how a clinician can work with a child who stutters and do a presentation about stuttering to his/her classroom (Murphy).
JUST FOR TEENS
Reviewed by Glen Tellis 8/27/2008
- Learning about Stuttering
- Been There Done That (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/kids/teens.html#beenthere) - This is a place for those who are no longer teens to offer encouragement or advice about anything in particular - such as starting college, dating, getting a job, deciding on a career, finding a mentor, sticking it out in therapy - or quitting, etc.
- Books about Stuttering
- Books about Stuttering (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/kids/teens.html#booksbypws) There are several books about stuttering for teens of all age groups (Stuttering Home Page.
- Family Voices (http://www.westutter.org/stutteringInformation/NSANewsletters.html) - NSA Newsletter for kids, teens, parents, SLPs and others who support them who stutter (NSA).
- Famous People who Stutter (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/kids/teens.html#famouspws) - A listing of famous people who stutter is provided.
- The Real World
- The Real World of Jobs (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/kids/teens.html#jobs) - This section provides stories and information about occupations of persons who stutter (Stuttering Home Page).
- Teen Advisory Council (www.westutter.org/whoWeHelp/NSA_Family_Programs/TAC/index.html) - Members act as role models and mentors for all children who stutter (NSA).
JUST FOR KIDS
added November 17, 2008
updated February 5, 2012
The URL to this page is http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/schools/SID4page.html
This page is included as part of The Stuttering Home Page (www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/stutter.html)