Speech Pathology Australia Professional Development Event: Paediatric Fluency: What to do when?

Last week, I was fortunate to attend a one day seminar presented by Dr Kate Bridgman from La Trobe University. Kate has researched and practiced in the field of stuttering for many years and has developed particular expertise in delivering evidenced based therapies via tele-practice. Kate provided a timely reminder about what our national professional […]

Scenari-Aid – an online tool for practising your fluency technique

As well as working with young children who stutter, I also work with adolescents and adults who stutter, using the Camperdown Program. Scenari-Aid in an Australian based site which has loads of simulated scenarios for practising speech and language goals. Its a great ‘bridge’ in therapy for helping clients to generalise their fluency technique into […]

WA Lidcombe Link Day

Our first meeting took place here in Perth, WA, on 14 October.  It was a small and select group but there was plenty of passion and lots of sharing about using the Lidcombe Program with young children who stutter and ensuring evidence-based practice and great outcome for our clients. We were fortunate to have Dr […]

Research Update: Verbal contingencies in the Lidcombe Program

An investigation of the role of parental request for self-correction of stuttering in the Lidcombe Program by Donaghy et al. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 2015; 5, 511-517 The use of verbal contingencies is a key component of the Lidcombe Program. Speech Therapy research on the Lidcombe Program is ongoing and is constantly scrutinising all […]