2003 IFA Congress: Montreal, Canada

An Integrated Care System for People Who Stutter

Meina Voors1 and Durdana Putker2
1Centrum Voor Stottertherapie Bloemerzdaal, Donkerelaan 64 2061JP Bloemendaal, the Netherlands
2Stottercentrum Zwolle, Huzjgensstraat Ia 8023 AG Zwolle, the Netherlands

SUMMARY

A group of speech specialists in the Netherlands have been developing a new system for treating stuttering, where a network of therapists can enroll their patients in different modules of therapy. Cooperation between speech therapists has resulted in an Integrated Care System for stutterers, where individual and group therapies form an ongoing, long- term treatment.
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