راهکارهای درمانی خاص در درمان لکنت زبان کلینیک تخصصی لکنت کرج جاده ملارد- خیابان پیک- زیر دکل های فشار قوی
- A number of attempts have been made to categorize different tracks of stuttering development. While some are still considered to be of both theoretical and therapeutic interest (most notably Van Riper, 1973), it is still unclear whether the gradual change in symptoms and general progression of the disorder over a period of time can really be explained in terms of stages of development through empirical study. There is still no unibed Stages of stutteringOframework currently identified.
- The term Spontaneous recoveryQs ill-debned and may mean differ¬ent things to different people. There is no agreed debnition as to what the term SecoveredOactually means: for some it may refer to a complete recovery from stuttering, while others may consider themselves recovered while still stuttering occasionally.
- Therapeutic efbcacy may be difbcult to judge due to the phenom-enon of spontaneous recovery.
- Over two-thirds of children who stutter will cease to do so by puberty, with females more likely than males to recover.
- Recovery rates drop quickly if stuttering goes untreated for over one year. Most clinicians now favour early diagnosis and early intervention.
- There is evidence from a number of sources that stuttering can be inherited. Although the inheritance cannot be of simple Mendelian pattern, the exact method of transmission is currently not known, and may be either single gene or polygenic. In addition, it is still unclear as to exactly what is inherited; that is what any of the stutter¬ing gene(s) might be coding for. Three major sources of information are twin studies, adoption studies and family history studies.
• There is a need for longitudinal family studies which utilize large sample groups, and whose