Speech and language therapy – Fluency disorder (Child and Adult)

A speech by a person is expected to be fluent. It should flow. A person suffering from Fluency disorder may tend to repeat a sound, may stutter, may prolong the sound of a particular syllable or may have long gaps between the syllables or the words in the sentence. Speech is produced when the air is thrown out. Some children and adult may have a block of airflow resulting is the lack of fluency in their speech.