PowerPoint Lectures and Presentations
It is expected that if you use any of these materials for your courses, you will give appropriate credit to those who have generously provided them. It is also understood that you can update, tweak, correct any material or outdated links to websites. If you have information or materials to share, please contact Judy Kuster
PowerPoint presentations on stuttering - a huge treasure trove of PPT presentations that can be adapted for educational purposes
Hot Topics: A Report From the Task Force on Fluency Services in the Schools - by Kristin Chmela, Ellen Bennett, Marybeth Allen, Louise Heite, Lisa Trautman, Nina Reardon, and Kathleen Strimple. Presented at the ASHA Convention, November 2000. This PowerPoint presentation will download to your computer from which you should be able to open it.
For the past several years, Charlie Osborne's graduate class members at UW-Steven's Point have teamed to present "posters" and powerpoint presentations on various approaches to stuttering therapy. They are all online in the "library" of the Stuttering Home Page,
under "student journal."
Voices Past and Present - by Judy Kuster (part of an ASHA 2004 presentation with Judith Duchan). You must remain connected to the Internet for the audio clips throughout the presentation to work.
From S. B. Hood, retired professor
Specialty Recognition in Fluency Disorders: Myths and Realities - by Bob Quesal for the Illinois Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention l, 2/12/00.
The Role of Attitudes in Stuttering - by Robert Quesal, is a is a 56 slide presentation, clearly outlined, used in his graduate course. Contact Dr. Quesal to request a copy.
Sheree Reese from Kean University shares the following Power Point "lectures" she developed. Some of the slides reflect information she gleaned from others, for which she is most grateful. If you see any of your materials in her slides and wish to be acknowledged formally, please let me know. These PowerPoint presentations will download to your computer from which you should be able to open them.
Lynne Shields Fluency Treatment for Big Kids - a powerpoint to accompany a presentation for school-based SLPs, with Accompanying Handout
Power Point presentations by E. Charles Healey
Introduction to Stuttering by Patricia Zebrowski
Explore the UCL Psychology Speech Team Web Site
- Publication link - has many full-text articles related to stuttering published in peer-reviewed journals
- Shared resources - includes an archive of stuttered speech
- Lecture notes - includes pdf and ppt versions of lectures, included under third year
- Lecture 8 - on Ethics and definitional issues in speech disorders. Orienting Question - In what way does the way we define a disorder affect how its treatment is approached?
- Lecture 9 - on Early and Late Childhood Stuttering. Orienting Question Ð How does stuttering change over childhood? Does stuttering affect the wider spectrum of behaviour?
- Lecture 10 - efficacy in stuttering treatment. Orienting Question - How is the efficacy of stuttering treatment assessed?
- Lecture 11 - what causes dysfluency. Orienting Question - Describe and evaluate approaches for accounting for dysfluency.
- Lecture 13 - fluency problems in aphasic and Down syndrome speakers. Orienting Question - Compare and contrast stuttering, aphasic and Down syndrome speech.
Kuster, JM; Quesal, RW; Shields, L; and Yaruss, JS, Everything I Know About Stuttering I Learned on the Internet, ASHA, New Orleans, LA, November 2001.
Where do people who stutter seek treatment? by Yaruss, J.S., Quesal, R.W., and Murphy, W. (2001, November). Poster presented at ASHA, New Orleans, LA.
Speech therapy and support group experiences of NSA members, by Yaruss, J.S., Quesal, R.W., Reeves, L., Molt, L., Kluetz, B., Caruso, A.J., Lewis, F. and McClure, J.A. (2001, November). Poster presented at ASHA, New Orleans, LA.
added November 26, 2008
last updated June 27, 2014