Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

Clinical Management of Stuttering in Adults

Author(s) Ann Meltzer
Volume 22
Number 4
Year 1998
Page(s) 244-260
Language English
Keywords stuttering
Abstract The intent of this article is to capture the broad range of issues clinicians have to address when deciding appropriate management of the adult who stutters1, to review treatment methods in widespread use, and to reflect on philosophies and procedures I have found helpful and which have evolved over twenty years working as a clinician with a special interest in fluency disorders.

L’objet de cet article est de présenter le vaste éventail de questions avec lesquelles les cliniciens doivent conjuguer en vue d’offrir le traitement approprié au bègue adulte, de passer en revue les méthodes de traitement généralement utilisées, et d’examiner les philosophies et procédures que j’ai trouvées utiles et qui ont évolué au cours de mes vingt ans en milieu clinique et compte tenu de mon intérêt particulier pour les troubles de fluidité.
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