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Unlocking Fluency: Key Takeaways from Intensive Therapy Research

Unlocking Fluency: Key Takeaways from Intensive Therapy Research

As a special education practitioner, maintaining fluency in stuttering students post-intensive therapy can be challenging. The research paper titled The Maintenance of Fluency Following Intensive Therapy by Boberg and Sawyer provides invaluable insights into overcoming these hurdles. Here, we distill the key findings and practical applications to help you enhance your therapy practices.

Understanding the Research

Boberg and Sawyer conducted a study on adult stutterers who had undergone an intensive summer clinic program. The initial results were promising, with stuttering significantly reduced from 21% to 1.3%. However, a follow-up after 12 months revealed a relapse rate of approximately 22%. This highlighted the need for an effective long-term maintenance program.

Key Findings

Practical Applications

To implement these findings in your practice, consider the following strategies:

Encouraging Further Research

The study by Boberg and Sawyer is a stepping stone. To stay updated with the latest in fluency maintenance, continue to engage with current research. Attend conferences, read publications, and participate in webinars to keep your skills sharp and informed.

For a deeper dive into the original research, The Maintenance of Fluency Following Intensive Therapy.

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