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Stuttering at a Young Age: What to Observe and How to React

Join us for an engaging and insightful webinar: “Stuttering at a Young Age: What to Observe and How to React,” presented by The Developing Child Centre (TDCC). Led by Liz Hajj Nicolas, a renowned Speech and Language Therapist, this free webinar aims to provide parents, educators, therapists, and advocates with a deeper understanding of stuttering in young children. As we step into the new year, it’s the perfect time to equip yourself with knowledge and strategies to support the children in your life or care. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from an expert in the field and connect with others who share your commitment to child development.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this webinar, attendees will:

1. Understand the Difference: Be able to distinguish between normal disfluencies and stuttering disorder, helping to demystify speech development concerns.

2. React Appropriately: Learn effective strategies for responding to dysfluency signs in children, students, or patients, promoting supportive and constructive reactions

3. Know When to Seek Help: Gain clarity on when it’s appropriate to refer a child to a speech therapist and set realistic expectations for what therapy might entail.

This webinar is not just an opportunity to learn but also a step toward enhancing your ability to support and empower young individuals with speech and communication challenges. We look forward to welcoming you to this transformative educational experience. Register now and be part of a community striving to make a difference!

About the Speaker

Stuttering at a Young Age: What to Observe and How to React 4Liz Hajj Nicolas is an exemplary Speech and Language Therapist with over 8 years of experience. Holding a Master’s and Bachelor’s degree in her field from Saint Joseph University, Beirut, Liz is renowned for her holistic and personalized approach to therapy. Fluent in Arabic, French, and English, she excels in both individual and group settings, having led therapy departments and multidisciplinary teams. Specializing in verbal and fluency disorders, Liz integrates play and child-led strategies into her sessions, emphasizing the comprehensive development of a child’s communication skills. Liz is distinguished by her exceptional work at The Developing Child Centre, garnering widespread recognition from parents, which underscores her commitment to transformative child support and development.


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