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What’s a piece of advice you would give to your younger self? It’s a popular question I get whenever I talk to speech-language-pathology students.
I never thought as a person who stutters I would voluntarily take multiple improv classes and perform in front of groups of strangers.
I think most, if not all of us, would agree that 2020 has not been a good year. I know it wasn’t for me.
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.
A recent New York Times article is not what you should know about stuttering. The piece was both factually incorrect and astoundingly culturally insensitive.
Good ole’ COVID-19 has destroyed both my routine and sense of stability.
For some people, the quarantine associated with the pandemic may be very difficult to handle: emotionally, physically, and financially.
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.
Growing up, I heard few people that sounded like me in the media. When I did, it was typically in a negative light.