I love the Lidcombe Program, which is a behavioral therapy program for children who stutter. An essential component of this evidence-based program is delivering verbal prompts (or as the program calls it, 'verbal contingencies') to the child, usually referred to as 'smooth' (non-stuttered) and 'bumpy' (stuttered) speech.
Both the SLP and the parent/caregiver of the child must be able to use and understand these verbal contingencies for the therapy to be effective. I have made a list of prompts to not only support the SLP, but help the parent use the correct phrases too.
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