Tips to Help a Child Who Stutters
Listen patiently to what your child says, not how it is said. Respond to the message rather than the stuttering.
Allow your child to complete thoughts without interruption, and maintain eye contact.
After your child speaks, reply slowly using some of the same words.
Wait before responding. This helps to slow things down and should help your child's speech.
Spend at least five minutes each day talking with your child in a relaxed manner.
Find ways to show your child you value and enjoy your time together.