By Luc De Nil, Ph.D., and Catherine Theys, acheteryeezy.info (Summer ). When we think of stuttering, we normally think of developmental stuttering that has its onset.
Neurogenic stuttering is a type of fluency disorder in which a person has the sudden appearance of disfluent speech in an adult should be considered abnormal. Apart from the obvious difference in age of onset, differentiating between the.
Stuttering. ▫ Developmental stuttering. ▫ Acquired stuttering. ○ Onset Adult onset stuttering? Five features occur more frequently in neurogenic stuttering. ▫.
Acquired Stuttering vis-à-vis Aphasia . In summary, onset of stuttering in adults.
Possible onset at any age. Neurogenic. Stuttering. According to: Van Borsel et al. () Grant „Our therapy experience with adults with neurogenic stuttering.