It is so important to involve parents in therapy especially for preschool children who stutter. This is one of the reasons why I like the Lidcombe Approach to Early Childhood Stuttering. Kids seem so happy doing the structured sessions and so do parents. It gives parents a way to be involved in their child's progress. Anyone have any comments on this?
BTW-I am starting a support group for teens who stutter. Please pass the word for anyone interested. You can e-mail me or respond to this blog if interested. Also, great resources for SLPs and parents are www.stutteringhomepage.com, www.westutter.org and www.stutteringhelp.org.