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    This book is written for parents and all those who have to do with children who stutter, regardless of the country you live in. It provides essential information on stuttering and clearly distinguishes between myths about stuttering and the very latest findings. The dedicated authors explain where stuttering comes from, how you can talk to children about stuttering, where to obtain support, how stuttering is treated and what results can be expected from treatment.The essential message of this book is: 'You’re not at the mercy of stuttering. You can do something for your child. Your child is able to learn how to deal with stuttering and to increase his or her chances of recovery.'The authors Peter Schneider has been lecturing on fluency disorders at RWTH Aachen University Hospital in Germany since 1990. He studied education at the University of Munich, worked as a teacher in primary schools and later studied speech-and-language therapy at School of Speech and Language Therapy, RWTH Aachen University. As a clinician specializing in stuttering children, he has written for speech-language pathologists as well as for parents and children. Dr. Anke Kohmaescher has been lecturing at Fresenius University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg since 2013. Her special interest is in fluency disorders. Anke Kohmäscher studied speech-and-language therapy at the Hogeschool Arnhem & Nijmegen (HAN University of Applied Sciences) and at RWTH Aachen University. As a clinician with a focus on fluency disorders, she has worked in several private practices and lectured on stuttering at Heerlen University (NL). In 2010 she was awarded her doctoral degree on stuttering at RWTH Aachen University.

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      • Edição:  1
      • Ano de Edição: 2017
      • Ano:  2017
      • País de Produção: Canada
      • Código de Barras:  2001111218450
      • ISBN:  9783936640311

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