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From: Lynne Shields
Time: 10:15:40 AM
Remote Name: 22.214.171.124
Thanks for writing with your question. I'll have to defer to Caroline to give you any details she might be able to remember. You ask a very good question, and I think that teachers can sometimes use support from the SLP if they are having difficulty knowing how best to help out a child who stutters and is being teased. I would also encourage teachers to be sensitive to how a particular child would like them to respond when teasing happens. Different children may be comfortable with differing levels of support.