• Summer Magazine

    Our new Summer 2019 Magazine is filled with exciting articles, including a look at our new website, letters and drawings from school children, research into children's expressive language growth, and much more. You can view it as an e-magazine or download a PDF.

  • Peggy Lipton Remembered

    On Saturday, May 11, 2019, the stuttering community lost one of its most visible celebrities with the death of actress Peggy Lipton at age 72.

  • Resources for College Students and Young Adults

    Life after high school is an exciting but nerve-wracking time. It’s a point in your life where you may feel unsettled or anxious about what’s to come.

  • Overcoming My Stutter

    The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines the word overcome as, “to get the better of; to succeed in dealing with a problem or difficulty.” 

  • Mother and Son Collaborate on Book

    Kimberly Garvin and Saadiq Wicks release the book When Oliver Speaks, an inspiring story about a young boy who struggles to overcome his stutter while finding the courage to accept it.

  • Q & A with Animesh Sarma

    Animesh Sarma had his first big break in his music career as a singer on the reality show, Dil hai Hindustani, in India. Now he’s continuing his passion for music by working at the music studio of Pritam Chakraborty.

  • Foundation Mourns the Loss of Kids' Letter Editor

    Joan Melinda Warner, age 62, died on New Year's Eve 2018. Joan has worked at the Stuttering Foundation since 2004.

  • Embracing the Challenge

    As a former NFL Player, Michael Attardi is proof that a stutter doesn’t have to hold you back.

  • Ivan's Story

    It all started at the age of 6. My mother thought my speech pattern was due to me mimicking my brother, who had a stutter, too.

  • W. Somerset Maugham

    Somerset Maugham was the most famous writer in the world. He was known everywhere for his superb short stories and for his novels.