Everything you need to know
about Childhood Stammering
A child between the ages of 2 and 5 is likely to have a phase of transient childhood stammering. This is a critical period in the development of speech and language. It’s possible that the stutter will last a few weeks or months. While the majority of stuttering is outgrown, a stammer can sometimes last until adulthood. Regardless of whether your child’s stutter is temporary or permanent, you should learn everything you can so you can help your stuttering child.