Date of Award
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Speech and Hearing Sciences and University Honors
Speech and Hearing Sciences
Telecommunication in medicine, Speech therapy for children, Stuttering in children, Stuttering -- Treatment -- Case studies
The purpose of this research was to describe how telepractice can be used as a speech-language pathology service delivery model with a school-age child who stutters. Specifically, the research questions were: 1) Can a school-age client who stutters increase their use of stuttering modification strategies to manage their stuttering through telepractice? 2) Can a school-age client who stutters increase acceptance of stuttering through telepractice treatment?
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Barnett, Yatta D., "Exploring Telepractice for Stuttering: a Case Study" (2020). University Honors Theses. Paper 864.