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Helping Students Accept Their Stutter Through Art

The use of hands-on activities can inspire students to express themselves, pay attention for a longer period of time, and be motivated. Through the act of creating art, we can see, hear, feel, and think differently about our stuttering, allowing us to identify, challenge, and alter the weight that accompanies our everyday communication. Through art activities, you can practice strategies for reducing tension and supporting physical comfort. Find out more from this ARTICLE by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)!

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