Supporting Children who
Stammer or Stutter
Learn about stammering and stuttering:
who it affects,
what causes it,
strategies to help
and much more!
With background theory, covering a range of ages from preschoolers to adults, as well as insights into the role of SALT and treatments.
Do you work with children in an educational setting?
Are you a SENCO, Teacher, Teaching Assistant, Preschool Practitioner, Childminder or Key Worker?
This course is for you.
Would you like some training on stammering?
Perhaps you've experienced one of the following:
The 4 year old in your setting has suddenly developed a stammer.
You have a teenager in your school who has always had a stammer.
You have a child in your class or preschool who has a stammer.
Parents are worried.
You are worried.
You want to help but don’t know what to do.
I've made you a course
It's online so you can do it any time. No waiting around for a specific date.
You'll gain specialist skills from the pre-recorded video presentations, created by a Highly Specialist Speech and Language Therapist.
You can re-visit the course at a later stage, multiple times to refresh your skills and download the bonus materials.
You can deliver this specialist training to your whole team, with all of the benefits of cost saving and data producing without having to do ANY planning! All you have to do is press play.
You can follow this course at your pace and add these specialist skills to your CV.
You'll receive a certificate upon completion of the course.
After completing this course:
You'll have a better understanding of stammering/stuttering and its features.
You’ll know what causes stammering and what happens when someone stammers.
You'll know the red flags to look out for and when to refer to a Speech and Language Therapist.
You'll have the confidence to spot the signs, support the children and reassure parents and carers.
You'll understand the role of a SALT and how we help people who stammer.
You'll know the answers to common questions like why don’t people stammer when they sing? And I saw some breathing exercises online, why can't I teach these to the child?
You’ll learn strategies to use to support the child(ren) in your setting who stammer, and why they are important.
You'll be able to boast that you've had specialist training from a Highly Specialist Clinician.
What will you get?
All of the modules are pre-recorded presentations around the topic of stammering.
The introduction video (free preview) gives you an insight into the course content and how it is delivered.
Module 1 covers the theory behind stammering. What it means, what causes it, what actually happens to a person when they stammer, who it affects, and more.
In Module 2 I'll show you the red flags to look for with your child who is stammering and when you need to refer to Speech and Language. I'll also highlight the impacts on a person who stammers and how these can be barriers to their learning and development.
Module 2 continues on, showing you the role of a Speech and Language Therapist in supporting a person who stammers and I'll give you insight into some of the tips and resources I use with my patients. I'll spend some time showing you some strategies you can use with the child in your setting who stammers, showing you how to alter for different age groups and needs.
In module 3, I answer some common questions I get asked about stammering. I've also included information on further sources of information and support for you, if you need them.