The Stuttering Foundation receives dozens of inquiries daily by telephone, email, and generated on our website. We are now using YouTube as a forum to share responses to some of our most frequent, and even some infrequent questions.
People who stutter, parents of children who stutter, teachers, pediatricians, speech-language pathologists, journalists, and many others from all over the world reach out to The Stuttering Foundation to find help for themselves or others who stutter and to learn more about stuttering. Each inquiry is answered quickly and individually. Free or low-cost online resources, services, and support are offered from our many links, brochures, books, videos, and podcasts.
Some of the queries are more common such as parents who become concerned when their preschoolers begin to stutter, or people who stutter of any age reaching out to learn from others who also stutter. Some requests are less common such as pediatricians or speech-language pathologists looking for resources in less frequently spoken languages. Whatever the content, we respond to meet the needs of people who stutter around the globe.
Why not share the wealth? Rather than answering one query at a time, we will use YouTube to share the questions we receive and our answers in writing and/or by video by experts in stuttering (i.e., those who stutter and/or professionals who endeavor to help), along with links to pertinent resources.
Find us at www.youtube.com/@AskSF
From the Fall 2022 Magazine