Cluttering Vs. Stuttering

Cluttering is a fluency disorder similar to stuttering, and individuals who clutter are often misdiagnosed as people who stutter.

Common characteristics of a person who clutters are: irregular rate, unawareness of disfluencies, more typical disfluencies, collapsing or deleting syllables, articulation and pragmatic problems, and abnormal stress, pauses, and rhythm.

See below for a brochure which further differentiates between these two fluency disorders.