School-age children can do the adult stuttering therapies including fluency shaping and DAF. The difference between school-age children and adults is who should provide the therapy. A 1996 study divided 98 children (9 to 14 years old) into four groups: Fluency shaping in a speech clinic. Teaching fluency shaping to the parents, who then provided therapy [...]
No prescription medications have been found to have more than marginal effects on stuttering. Many have side effects, sometimes severe. For more information see our free e-book Medications for Stuttering. Thiamin and magnesium have been proven effective in two small studies. For more information see our blog post Should Stutterers Take Vitamin B-1?
The Lidcombe Program has been proven effective in many published studies. The Westmead Program has been proven effective in two studies. For more information see our e-book Stuttering in Children—From Toddlers to Teenagers.