The Good in the Midst of COVID

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.

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.

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.

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.


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.