When a child starts stammering we don’t know whether they will simply grow out of it or whether it will remain with them as they grow. 8% of children who stammer continue with stammering in to adulthood. We know quite certainly now that stammering is caused by physiological factors, such as genetics and differences in…

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Accept our children just as they are. I fully see how important this is. And I have definitely thought to myself…”I accept my children as they are, wouldn’t change them for the world”.  But actually the more I have read and the more I have delved deeply in to the inner workings of my subconscious…

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As parents our default setting can be to ask questions…1) ”what did you have for lunch?”, 2) “who did you play with?” 3) “how do you feel about that?”. Answers are often…1) can’t remember 2) don’t know 3) fine. So we know that actually questions often provide us with less information rather than more.  We…

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