WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) - There’s no single cause for stuttering.
Alison Lajuett, a speech-language pathologist at Samaritan Medical Center, says environment, genetics, and temperament can all play a part.
Watch the video for her interview during Samaritan’s Morning Checkup segment on 7 News This Morning.
She said people can also start to stutter after a stroke or traumatic brain injury.
Find out more about Samaritan at samaritanhealth.com.