"5 Things You Should Know" (information for SLPs)
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Links to external sites that provide valuable information on stuttering.
Please contact us at 780.492.2619 or email@example.com to order the following materials available from ISTAR:
Facilitating Fluency: Transfer Strategies for Adult Stuttering Treatment Programs (1989) By William G. Webster, PhD and Marie G. Poulos, BA, DSP $25 (includes shipping & handling within Canada)
This manual for clients and clinicians is a helpful accompaniment to therapy. The manual utilizes cognitive-behavioral principles to help clients learn to use their new skills where it matters most -in the real world. Through a series of five seminars, backed up by reading and reproducible worksheets, this program will show clients techniques to change their attitudes and beliefs, attack avoided words and situations, learn progressive relaxation exercises, use diaries to monitor speech performance and develop "scripts" to enhance their social skills.
Stuttering: Information for Parents
This brochure provides general information about stuttering and addresses many questions parents may have. The brochure is routinely included in all information packets sent to people inquiring about childrens' therapy. Feel free to request multiple copies of the brochure if you wish to distribute them to parents or allied professionals. No charge.
Stuttering: Institute for Stuttering Treatment and Research
This brochure provides information about ISTAR's programs and services and how we can help people who stutter. The brochure is routinely included in all information packets sent to people who inquire about therapy. Feel free to request multiple copies if you would like them for your files or for distribution. No charge.
Teasing and Bullying: Unacceptable Behaviour (TAB) (2000) By Marilyn Langevin, MSc, RSLP, S-LP(C), CCC-SLP
For use in elementary schools, this is an evidence-based bullying prevention program developed at ISTAR. Very limited supplies are currently available, for information call ISTAR at (780) 492-2619.