Do you deserve money as compensation for your teenager who stammers because you were given incorrect advice when they were younger?
Are you a teenager or the parent(s) of a teenager who stammer?
If you are a parents of a teenager who stammers did you ever discuss your child's stammer with any professional, doctor, teacher, health visitor?
Was the advice to either
- "wait and see as it is early days yet,"
- "wait and see as your child is still very young"
- "Don't worry they Will grow out of it"
- "Don't worry most children grow out of their stammers"
Did this advice stop you having your child referred to Speech and Language Therapy for even one week?
The advice you received is a direct contradiction of the standard advice from the British Stammering Association and MOST experts on stammering.
We at The Stammering Revolution believes this advice to be negligent and we believe that the advice MAY have dramatically increased the chances of your child failing to recover from their stammer as a child and as a result they will stammer for the rest of their lives.
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Supply us with a few details;
- date of birth
- approximate date that you asked your doctors for advice.
We will do the rest.
Please be aware that some trusts make a small charge for copies of notes, which we will expect you to pay. However, The Stammering Revolution operates a "No win-No fee" policy and you will not pay any money until compensation is awarded.
If you are tempted for whatever reason not to seek compensation ask yourself, how many children will stammer for the rest of their lives because of incorrect advice from people who should know better?
Be one of the first to make professionals give the right advice to parents