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How to obtain more information on stuttering?

By contacting associations :

  • Association des jeunes bègues du Québec
    Association des jeunes bègues du Québec (AJBQ) is a not-for-profit organization that strives to raise public awareness about the realities of young children who stutter. It provides information and support to young children who stutter and their parents. Each year, the organization hosts a one-week, intensive speech fluency therapy event for children and youth between 8 and 17 years of age.
  • The Stuttering Foundation
    The websites of the AJBQ and the Stuttering Foundation of America are excellent resources for obtaining more information about stuttering.

By listening to multimedia broadcasts

By reading newspaper articles

By reading books on the subject

Information for parents or adults who stutterm

  • Le bégaiement – La parole désorchestrée
  • Vincent, Elisabeth (2004) Le bégaiement – La parole désorchestrée, collection : les essentiels Milan, Toulouse : Éditions Milan.
  • Disponible à la Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (Métro Berri-UQAM)

Information for elementary school children

  • Des fois je bégaie (disponible en ligne)
  • De Geus, Eelco (2010) Des fois je bégaie, Paris : Éditions Goodbye Bégaiement.

Information for teenagers and adults who stutter

Short novels and storybooks about stuttering

  • Guillaume (8 ans et +)
  • Gravel, F. (1995). Guillaume. Boucherville: Québec/Amérique Jeunesse.
  • Florence (4 ans et +)
  • Bouchard, S. (1999). Florence. Montréal: Triptyque.
  • Mon nom, c’est c’est Olivier ! (4 ans et +) *
  • Marleau, B. (2006). Mon nom, c’est c’est Olivier! - Le bégaiement, Montréal : Boomerang Jeunesse.
  • Histoires sur les attitudes qui facilitent la fluidité
  • Une nouvelle demeure pour Vénuse (6 ans et +) *
  • Plante, Françoise (2007). Une nouvelle demeure pour Vénuse, Lévis : l’envolée.
  • Josué n’arrête pas de bégayer (3 ans et +) *
  • Dufresne, Didier (2005). Josué n’arrête pas de bégayer, Paris : Mango Jeunesse.

* These titles are available at the Marie Enfant Information Resource Centre.

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