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Stuttering Clinic

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When you find yourself facing marked difficulty in maintaining the natural and continuous flow of speech, the problem is said to be called Stuttering and it is time that you visit our Stuttering Clinic

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Prof. Satyanarayan Mahapatra

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Behavorial traits of Stuttering?
  1. Mood and temperament may lead to more stuttering, for persons who stutter.

  2. Situations resulting in frustration or tension can trigger more stuttering.

  3. Being excited/thrilled/nervous or feeling rushed can make you stutter more.

  4. You may stutter more if you get teased or bullied or people bring attention to your inappropriate speech.

  5. Your stuttering may embarrass you or, you may feel more anxious before initiating a conversation or being an active participant in it.

  6. Some unprecedented and traumatic life events may trigger stuttering.

  7. Family history of persistent stuttering

Why Margdarsi is the best place for Stuttering Care?

A long intensive therapy of daily professional care and intervention at Margdarsi’s rehabilitation including:

  • Stuttering therapy

  •  Psychotherapy

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy

  • Bio-medical intervention

  • Bio-feedback intervention

  • Recreational therapies like dance, music and Meditation therapy like Yoga.


The doses of therapy have to cater to the specific needs of the affected person. 


The traditional protocols for emotional management are used to supplement the rehabilitation intervention may result in freedom from stuttering. 


Follow up services are also available to monitor any residual difficulties in speech fluency.

Other Benefits:

Multi-modal Therapeutics

Parent's training for home based management of Autism

Social Integration at Aditi Integrated School

Empowering the professionals and capacity building of the service organizations

Liaison with Government for policy, planning and facility development

Volunteering Options


Children Treated


Success Ratio




Expert Therapists

Margdarsi's Approach

What is our Approach to Stuttering?

There are different ways to help people with stuttering. A treatment team usually includes you and/or your child, other family members, and your child’s teacher With certified and high expertise professionals, including Speech-Language Pathologists, Psychologists. Treatment for each client will vary depending on any or all of the following:


  1. You/ your child’s speech and language skills

  2. Frequency of you/ your child’s stuttering

  3. Reaction of you/your child when you/he/she stutters.

  4. Impact of stuttering on you/your child’s everyday life

  5. Other’s reaction to you/your child when you/he/she stutters

About Stuttering

What is Stuttering?

Stuttering can be considered as a problem where the person faces frequent and significant interruptions with normal flow of speech. Persons who stutter have difficulties in speaking. It is also called as stammering or dysfluency and may begin at any point in life.

Many renowned celebrities and famous persons have faced this issue and have successfully overcome. Facing a problem in stuttering doesn’t mean that you have a low IQ or your mental ability is diminishing. Your stuttering can change its pattern and dimensions from day today. 

Stuttering is more than just the inappropriate or long pauses or reiterations in your speech. It can cause you tense your body or struggle and put extra efforts to talk. So, you may avoid certain words or refuse to talk in some situations as you fear that it might trigger your stuttering and you may get embarrassed.

How to identify whether you or your child has stuttering?
  1. If your child stutters for more than 6-12 months without any self-corrections.

  2. If your child’s disfluencies keep increasing day by day with no signs of improvement in their rate of speech.

  3. If your child has an already existing speech and language problem(s)/communication disorders.

  4. If your child struggles more while speaking with strangers, friends and relatives.

  5. If you find yourself unable to face and be a part of group discussions or presentations or actively participate in group activities.

  6. Problem in clearing interviews because of your oral communication skills.

  7. Problem in introducing yourself or explaining about yourself. 


If you find your issues matching with any of the above-mentioned signs of stuttering, then consult a certified Speech-Language Pathologist who can help you in diagnosing the nature and severity of your stuttering and giving you recommendations and appropriate client-specific therapeutic approaches for your complete cure and not just near to normal level.

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