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1

When were self Help groups started?

1960's

2

What three organizations make up the NSA?

-Speak Easy International
-Friends
-NSP

3

According to studies conducted what do people think are some of the benefits of a self help group?

-more success in short and long term goals
-maintaining goals across environments
-better social skills
-better health and confidence
-able to focus on aspects that are not addressed in regular tx

4

Who might attend annual conferences?

-people who stutter
-families
-SLP's
-researchers

5

What 4 areas does the WHO's ICF explain the experience of children, adolescents, and adults who stutter?

1. and impairment in body function that affects their ability to produce fluent speech
2. negative and affective behavioral and cognitive self reactions
3. negative reactions from other people in their environment (discrimination/ bullying)
4. limitations in the ability to perform daily activities and restrictions in opportunity to participate fully in their ives.

6

What 4 areas does the WHO's ICF explain the experience of children, adolescents, and adults who stutter?

1. impairment in body
2. negative self reactions
3. negative reactions from others
4. can't perform daily activities

7

How can the WHO's ICF #1. Impairment benefit from self help groups?

Self help programs can provide a forum for practicing speech techniques.

8

How can the WHO's ICF #2. Affective, behavioral, and cognitive self reactions benefit from self help groups?

It can facilitate changes to a speakers negative reactions.

9

What said that people who stutter "can do things for each other in groups that no individual therapist can accomplish".

Sheehan 1970

10

How can the WHO's ICF #3 Environmental reactions/ influences benefit from self help groups?

Parents can access help from the groups. Self help groups can address goals for affective, cognitive, and emotional reactions of stuttering.

11

How can the WHO's ICF #4. Activity limitation/ participation benefit from self help groups?

-self help can limit some of the feelings of reduced quality of life brought on by feelings of limited participation.
-surveys suggest an increased sense of confidence and well being from self help groups.

12

What can enough information on stuttering do for a client?

The more knowledge a client has about stuttering the harder they will work to achieve goals. And maintain the goals over time.

13

How should a clinician not view self help groups?

As an end to treatment

14

What can self help groups do for teens, adults, and children who stutter.

-meet other people who stutter
-see others who have achieved goals/success
-opportunity to cope
-minimize shame/ isolation

15

What are some groups for kids?

NSA kids
FRIENDS

16

What can self help do for parents?

-come to terms
-increase parent knowledge in order to decrease their concerns
-personal support and interaction
-help them feel they aren't alone

17

What is a benefit of having a educated and accepting parent?

-they make better partners for therapy, leading to better outcomes for the child.

18

How have self help groups supported SLP's?

-provide therapy materials
-provide presentations
-CE workshops

19

How can an SLP become better equipped to treat someone who stutters?

-oversome discomfort
-interact with people who stutter (at SH groups)
-attend an annual conference
-attend local meetings
-read newsletters/chat groups