Stuttering Foundation brochures bring comprehensive up-to-date information to all who are interested in the problem of stuttering. They are directed to the general public as well as to speech pathologists, teachers, school districts, clinics, hospitals, and physicians. (For quantity orders, please call 800-992-9392).
Single copies can be obtained by calling (800) 992-9392 and are mailed free of charge. The on-line brochures contain all the text but none of the pictures of the printed brochures. Note that we have PDF (Adobe Acrobat format) versions for download and viewing of most of the brochures. Also note that the PDFs may be laid out for printing on front and back of a page and then folded. At the bottom of this page you will find the brochures translated into other languages.
When printing PDFs, please set the printer to adjust the document to your paper size.
18 Famous People Who Stutter (formerly National Stuttering Awareness Week) — Features well-known and successful individuals who stutter. This inspiring brochure is especially useful to raise awareness during Stuttering Awareness Week. Download the PDF.
Stuttering Myths, Beliefs and Straight Talk for Teens. Download the PDF.
If You Think Your Child Is Stuttering — Explains the difference between normal speech development and stuttering in the young child and gives nine new tips for parents and others on how to help the disfluent child. Download the PDF.
Notes to the Teacher: The Child Who Stutters at School — Answers for teachers about how to help the child who stutters in the classroom. Download the PDF.
Using the Telephone: A Guide for Those Who Stutter — A helpful guide for those who have difficulty speaking on the telephone. Download the PDF.
Stuttering and the Bilingual Child— Gives guidelines on how to help the bilingual child who stutters. It offers suggestions for reducing language demands on those children and includes ideas for structuring therapy. Download the PDF.
Translations of other Stuttering Foundation resources.
Translations of brochures in other languages.