What causes Stuttering Program?
Stuttering is an involuntary and debilitating neurologically based communicative disorder that afflicts 1% of the population.
Stuttering often causes breakdowns in communication, which lead to negative emotions. Over time, these negative emotions can impede normal communicative functioning and place barriers on social, educational, and vocational aspects of life.
Currently there is no known cause or cure for stuttering. However, with appropriate strategies, stuttering can be managed effectively to minimize its negative impacts.
The Stuttering Treatment Program provides individualized therapy aimed at improving communication, reducing the emotional impact of stuttering, and promoting more fluent speech.