(S112) Westmead Program for Stuttering: Robot Talking Activity Log

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Lots of families love the Westmead Program for Stuttering, aka ‘robot talking’. But the biggest challenge is doing enough of it. The clinical trials talk about 4-6 sessions of 5-10 minutes each every day.

This one-page template is designed to motivate children who stutter to do the treatment and make it easier for parents to track robot-talking sessions.

The template is made available in both Word and PDF formats.

You may also like to check out our Westmead Program for Children who Stutter: Introduction & Carrier Phrase Workout.

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Lots of families love the Westmead Program for Stuttering, aka ‘robot talking’. But the biggest challenge is doing enough of it.

The clinical trials talk about 4-6 sessions of 5-10 minutes each every day. A maximum hour a day doesn’t sound like a lot. Unless you’re juggling work commitments, other kids, soccer, swimming, piano, school, after-school care, long commutes and fatigue. In other words, the real world!

This one-page template (in both Word and PDF formats) is designed to:

  • motivate children who stutter to do the treatment; and
  • make it easier for parents to track robot-talking sessions.

In conjunction with our free list of activities for the Westmead Program, we’ve had good results using this template. And we hope you do too.

You may also like to check out our Westmead Program for Children who Stutter: Introduction & Carrier Phrase Workout.

Cheryl Andrews and her colleagues from the Australian Stuttering Research Centre, have published the results of their Phase II trial of a syllable-timed speech treatment for school-aged children who stutter. Our blog article about it can be accessed here.

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