The concomitant problems of young stutterers.

@article{Blood1981TheCP,
  title={The concomitant problems of young stutterers.},
  author={Gordon W. Blood and Roger Seider},
  journal={The Journal of speech and hearing disorders},
  year={1981},
  volume={46 1},
  pages={
          31-3
        }
}
This investigation was designed to survey a sample of 650 speech-language pathologists providing services in elementary schools and to obtain information on the concomitant problems of stutterers in their caseloads. The results of the survey revealed that 32% of all the young stutterers were free of any other problems. The remaining 68% were reported as having some other type of problem (articulation, language, voice, emotional disturbance, neurological handicap, etc.) in addition to their… CONTINUE READING