Speech Webinar Series #1: Helping Adolescents and Young Adults Face the Challenge of Stuttering - 014397
As children who stutter become teenagers, the challenges they face become more complicated. They may face difficult questions about how stuttering will affect their ability to get a job, to get into college, to get into the service, or to meet that special someone. The concerns of parents also become more acute, as they worry more about their children's future. During this period of transition, the ability to cope effectively with stuttering becomes increasingly important. This presentation will focus on the issues that face older school-aged children and adolescents who stutter, with a focus on helping to prepare them for a future in which stuttering does not play a negative role in their lives so that they achieve their best success both in and out of school.

Audiences Speech Therapists, Teacher - Special Education
Prerequisite/Special Notes 2.5 TSHA CEU's pending approval. LIVE Webinar - this session will not be recorded. You must have speakers or headphones for your computer to view the webinar. You do not need a microphone or web camera. Prior to the webinar, you will receive an email with a link to join the webinar. If you register within 48 hours of the webinar, please contact Katie Adams to receive the registration email. Webinar Questions: Katie Adams kadams@esc11.net or Angie Murphy amurphy@esc11.net


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