Treating Disfluencies

The first thing to keep in mind when developing fluent speech is that none of us will ever have 100% fluency when conversating throughout the day. On average, people are about 3% disfluent. Second thing to keep in mind is that fluency techniques must be practiced consistently overtime. Stuttering does not resolve itself over a brief period. Increasing our fluency typically takes lots of practice over a long period of time to heighten awareness and solidify correct use of techniques.

What makes NEATS unique with treating stuttering and cluttering is that we are not only proficient with traditional therapy techniques (stuttering modification, fluency shaping, etc.) but we also utilize newer techniques like the Camperdown and Lidcombe programs. To our knowledge, no speech-language therapy clinic in the state is offering these types of programs except us. So, if you want the best and most current fluency therapy in Nevada, reach out to us. We would love to help!