Fact-checking the New York Times about Stuttering

A recent New York Times article is not what you should know about stuttering. The piece was both factually incorrect and astoundingly culturally insensitive.

Supporting Communication During Social Distancing: Ten Tips for Teachers and Clinicians

As some schools make plans to continue distance learning in full or as part of a hybrid learning approach, the Stuttering Foundation provides guidance and help.

COVID-19 and Stuttering

Good ole’ COVID-19 has destroyed both my routine and sense of stability.

The Quarantine and Stuttering

For some people, the quarantine associated with the pandemic may be very difficult to handle: emotionally, physically, and financially.

FAQ

What is stuttering? Stuttering is a communication disorder in which the flow of speech is broken by repetitions (li-li-like this), prolongations (lllllike this), or abnormal stoppages (no sound) of sounds and syllables.

An Open Letter to Dear Evan Hansen: What the Play Means to Me as a PWS

Growing up, I heard few people that sounded like me in the media. When I did, it was typically in a negative light.

The Queen’s Speech: Queen Elizabeth II Channels Her Heroic Father in Address to the Nation and World

In what media have reported as “…a rare speech designed to reassure a nation struggling under the weight of a pandemic,” Queen Elizabeth II, on April 5, 2020, assured the nation and the world that “Better days will return.”

6 Tips For Speaking With Someone Who Stutters

These six tips give advice on how to help a person who stutters feel at ease during any conversation. Keep in mind that this is good advice for everyone.

Two excellent self-help books available for free online

As some of the world is practicing social distancing, we are spreading the word widely about our free resources available safely online.

What can you do to help your child with their stuttering while they’re home?

While you take over monitoring home-schooling responsibilities as parents, the question of 'how do I continue my child’s speech therapy work' inevitably may come to mind.

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