Tiger Woods

Eldrick “Tiger” Woods is one of the most successful golfers of all time. Woods was a child prodigy who began to play golf at two years old. At age three, Woods shot a 48 over nine holes at the Navy Golf Club in Cypress, Calif., and at age 5, he appeared in Golf Digest and on ABC's That's Incredible.

Coping With School

This is an excerpt of Chapter 4 from the book Do You Stutter: A Guide for Teens.

Scatman John

John Paul Larkin, better known by his stage name Scatman John, was an American jazz pianist, songwriter and performer known for his unique “scat-rap” style of singing. Like many others, he initially struggled on his way to fame, but Scatman John ultimately achieved success because of, and not in spite of, his stutter.

Should We Seek Help?

This is an excerpt of chapter 7 from the book Stuttering and Your Child: Questions and Answers
By William H. Perkins, Ph.D.

Paying Tribute to Aussie Columnist and Friend Jane Fraser

It’s quite interesting to read about someone who shares your very same name, and quite sad when that person passes away. Today we learned of the 

Eddie's story

An excerpt from Sometimes I Just Stutter

Michelle Williams

Former Destiny’s Child star Michelle Williams topped the charts with the group’s hit song, “Survivor” in 2001. The song, which encourages people not to give up, is an inspiring message to others like Michelle who have dealt with stuttering.

Western Workshop Moves To Forest Grove

Once again, Susan Hamilton, Jennifer Watson, and Ellen Reuler conclude that this year’s workshop was a success! The three joined forces for this five-day event, Diagnosis and Treatment of Children and Adolescents Who Stutter. This year the event moved from Portland to Forest Grove, Oregon and was co-sponsored by Pacific University and the Stuttering Foundation.

Stuttering Help Now Available to Anyone in the World

For Immediate Release
Contact: Greg Wilson

Foundation Expands Reach to International Stuttering Community