• Stuttering and The King's Speech

    In November 2010, worldwide movie audiences were presented with a most interesting and unusual movie release with The King’s Speech, starring Colin Firth as King George VI and Helena Bonham Carter as his wife Elizabeth.

  • Suds and Steps Support SFA

    Josh Cohen raises money with car wash and Zumbathon 
    during National Stuttering Awareness Week

    Josh Cohen, a remarkable young man from Cherry Hill, N.J., has stuttered for nearly his entire life. He will be 13 soon and celebrating his Bar Mitzvah in October. This passage requires he complete a personally meaningful project of community benefit.

  • The Odd Couple


    Tillis and Stossel Join Forces to Help Charity

    What do country music star Mel Tillis and hard-hitting television journalist John Stossel have in common?

    They both stutter.

  • Sometimes I Just Stutter in French

    By Laurent Lagarde
    Translated by Jane Fraser

  • Foundation Questions ASHA Change

    The following letter was sent to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association's ASHA Leader by Stuttering Foundation President Jane Fraser.

    Dear Editor,

  • Some Schools Short Kids Who Stutter

    Download the free brochure Special Education Law and Children Who Stutter

    By Lisa A. Scott, Ph.D.
    The Florida State University

  • Annie's Mailbox

    Dear Annie: My husband and I recently visited the beach house of some friends. While there, I met an interesting lady who stuttered. At first I thought she had had too much to drink, but after 15 minutes I realized she had a speech impediment. I've never met an adult who stutters. At times it was very uncomfortable because I knew the word she was trying to say but could not get out. 

    Would it have been rude to complete the word for her, or should I have let her work through it? I felt very awkward.

    -Uncomfortable in Florida 

  • NSSLHA Chooses Stuttering Foundation as Charity of the Year

    The Stuttering Foundation was chosen at the Spring Executive Council meeting in March 2010 as the new beneficiary of "NSSLHA Loves!" Based in Memphis, Tenn., the Foundation provides free online resources, services and support to those who stutter and their families, as well as support for research into the causes of stuttering.

    Donations from the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association will be used to help children who stutter worldwide.

  • Sometimes I Just Stutter: For Your Brothers and Sisters

    This is an excerpt from the popular book Sometimes I Just Stutter by Eelco de Geus

    Dear Brother or Sister,

  • Principles of Counseling People Who Stutter

    This excerpt is from the book Effective Counseling in Stuttering Therapy

    alt textBy Joseph G. Sheehan, Ph.D.