Nancy E. HALLand Kimberly MARTINS2

1University of Maine, Orono

2Orthophonie VoxLingue Speech & Language, Montreal

Abstract. This study aimed to gather information on worldwide assessment and treatment of stuttering in multilingual children and adults. Both differences and similarities were found across and within regions regarding the profile of multilingual clients who stutter as well the practices employed by SLPs in treating and diagnosing stuttering. Discussion is centered on demographic findings along with global trends.

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