Should you get money because some professional who should know better gave the wrong advice to your parents when you started to stammer?
At the stammering Revolution we have nearly twenty years of experience of working with stammering. Working in England you get to hear a great deal about advice been given to parents of stammering children. Some of the advice is good and as long as it is "Take your child to see a Speech and Language Therapist straight away, just go now, we at The Stammering Revolution do not mind. However sometimes advice is given that is absolute nonsense and it is given by people who should know better;
- Health Visitors
- Nursery Nurses
We at The Stammering Revolution have even heard about outrageously bad stammering advice being given by Speech and Language Therapists
We at The Stammering Revolution have heard some shocking stories about what has been said.
So ask these questions;
Are you an adult who stammers?
Did your parents seek stammering advice from a professional like the ones listed above?
Did that professional give advice about your stammer?
Was the stammering advice to take you immediately to see a Speech and Language Therapist?
If the advice given was along the lines of;
- he'll be fine
- he'll grow out of the stammer
- lots of children start to stammer and then stop, lets just wait and see
If the stammering advice given delayed your referral to see a Speech and Language Therapist by even a day we at the Stammering Revolution believe that this delay will have dramatically increased your chances of you continuing to stammer as an adult. We at the Stammering Revolution believe that this advice is negligent and we believe that you deserve some compensation.
All you have to do is e-mail us at:
and we can do the rest.
You might think against following this action because you might lose, but how many children have to have their lives ruined by stammering before Doctors, teachers, health visitors and nursery nurses all give the right advice;
- refer immediately, no 'wait and see' no more "he'll grow out of his stammer."