The Stuttering
Foundation

We provide free online resources, services and support to those who stutter and their families, as well as support for research into the causes of stuttering.

Stuttering Foundation’s 70th Anniversary

A look back at the Stuttering Foundation's past as we celebrate 70 years!

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Stuttering Foundation's 70th Anniversary

Parents of Preschoolers

If your preschooler faces stuttering issues, we can help.

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Parents of school-age children

Resources for parents of any school-age kids.

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Just for Kids

News and information specifically for younger kids who stutter.

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Teens

Being a teenager who stutters is not always easy. We have resources to help.

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Adults

Stuttering affects adults as much as children. We have lots of helpful information and links.

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Teachers

News, information and other details for teachers with students who stutter.

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Speech Language Pathologists

Resources for speech pathologists to help provide the best therapy possible.

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Physicians

The latest news and information for the medical community.

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Employers

Resources and other material to help you create an effective environment for employees who stutter.

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News and Blog

  • Summer Magazine

    Our new Summer 2019 Magazine is filled with exciting articles, including a look at our new website, letters and drawings from school children, research into children's expressive language growth, and much more. You can view it as an e-magazine or download a PDF.

  • Virtual Learning Launch a Success!

    Last week was the launch of Virtual Learning by Stuttering Foundation, a new collaborative online workshop series that will include a variety of topics ranging from: clinical training opportunities, to parent education, to panels of people who stutter of all ages sharing their stories.

  • Peggy Lipton Remembered

    On Saturday, May 11, 2019, the stuttering community lost one of its most visible celebrities with the death of actress Peggy Lipton at age 72.

  • You

    Who can bring awareness of stuttering to their neighborhood? YOU. You can extend a friendly smile, start a nonjudgmental conversation and change someone's life. YOU are the answer.

  • Resources for College Students and Young Adults

    Life after high school is an exciting but nerve-wracking time. It’s a point in your life where you may feel unsettled or anxious about what’s to come.

Famous People Who Stutter

The list includes entertainers, athletes, writers, artists, and global leaders!

Continuing Education

The Stuttering Foundation offers continuing education courses for ASHA CEUs online. Developed and led by world renowned experts, these courses are offered at low cost to speech-language pathologists (SLPs) worldwide.