26 Feb 2015
Jack Henderson joins Peter Reitzes to discuss what he wishes his speech-language pathologists (SLPs) had known about stuttering. Mr. Henderson shares that building positive relationships with students is extremely important. Jack urges SLPs not to “jump over” this important aspect of treatment. Mr. Henderson shares his student centered approach in which the SLP and child work together to determine the goals and focus of treatment.
Jack Henderson, M.S., CCC-SLP is a person who stutters and a speech-language pathologist in the Robertson County (TN) School District. He also is co-director, alongside Dr. Ellen Kelly, of Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Center’s Summer Camp for Children who Stutter. He resides in Nashville, TN. Check out Jack’s stuttering blog.
As discussed on air, here is the flier to the Cary, NC FRIENDS one day conference on March 7, 2015.