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Bilingualism and Stuttering

There is still a great deal of confusion about how bilingualism and stuttering relate.  We know (and many of us have experienced) that when you are trying to speak in a foreign language that we “um” and “uh” and repeat words as we concentrate on trying to speak correctly.  But

Should I Stop Speaking my Native Language with my Children?

Should I stop speaking my native language with my child? In my 20+ years as a bilingual speech-language pathologist, this is the question I have heard more than any other, “Should I stop speaking my native language with my child?”  I heard it 20 years ago, and I just heard

Has Language Failed Us?

Good or Bad? I spent most of my day in the backyard.  The kids played, and I shuffled between my motherly duties of laundering/cleaning/sitting idly.  At one point, the three-year-old thoughtfully placed blooms into a container.  Language used to describe him could be:  sweet, gentle or creative.  Check out Exhibit

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