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Cotton Mather, a prominent figure in U.S. history, rose above stuttering to achieve success. The Puritan leader of colonial America is considered one of the most prolific writers in American history.

Meet Margaret Griffo and her dog Waverly — a beautiful two-and-a-half year old Keeshond. The duo make up a registered Pet Partners® team. They are among only a handful who currently provide fluency therapy to patients.

The Stuttering Foundation is assisting in an important survey on the impact of stuttering in the workplace. Through your answers, we will be better able to provide employment advice to people who stutter and offer improved education to employers.

My name is Sjef van Lierop. I am 44 years old and I am a garbage truck driver. My hobby is playing the bass drum, and I am also the drum major for several marching bands in our area.

My name is Thomas Gambino. I am 6 foot 7, 244 pounds with an unfortunate receding hairline. Currently, I am a first year doctoral student at Rutgers University studying school psychology. Most importantly I am someone who stutters.

In a reception at The Lotos Club, Foundation president Jane Fraser noted, “Finding meaningful employment can be one of the hardest endeavors those who stutter face during their lifetime. For some, starting or running a successful business is both a personal triumph and a necessity."

Camp TALKS was held on the Vanderbilt University campus for 24 campers ranging in age from 8 to 16, 14 graduate students, and 8 speech-language pathologists (SLPs), tackled daily challenges centered around this year’s theme of “Communication, whether you stutter or not!”   

"Stuttering" is a poem by Dan Pappas that was featured in the Stuttering Foundation's Fall 2015 Newsletter.

For a long time I felt as though my stutter was robbing me of the person I wanted to be; I was the shy girl who didn’t really say much, which in today's world is somehow synonymous with not knowing much, and I was always viewed as less capable than others.

Malcolm Fraser was a visionary. Drawing upon his experiences as both an entrepreneur and a person who stuttered, he knew that the future of therapy lay squarely in the hands of well trained therapists and that specialty training would be a must.

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