The findings reported in the Archives of Disease in Childhood suggests that, if a child uses a language other than English in the home, deferring the time when they learn English reduces the chance of starting to stutter. It also aids the chances of recovery later in childhood.
Study: bilingual kids more likely to stutter
British researchers have found that children who are bilingual before their 5th birthday are far more likely to stutter and have a tougher time overcoming a speech impediment. That's compared to their counterparts who speak only one language.