I could not agree more with your recent article "If your child stutters, a guide for parents" that early action is imperative for a child who begins to stutter. The earliest a child is brought to a speech therapist, the greater the chances that the child will be among the 75 percent of children who stop stuttering.
I am not surprised that the Stuttering Foundation put out the book "If Your Child Stutters, A Guide for Parents" because they have been at the forefront of helping people who stutter for so long. Their website (www.stutteringhelp.org) is chock full of diverse help for people who stutter of all ages, especially their many streaming videos. The Stuttering Foundation has an extensive global outreach, reaching over 130 nations each year, mostly in underdeveloped nations where speech therapy lags behind.
MARC J. FELDSTEIN,