It all started at the age of 6. My mother thought my speech pattern was due to me mimicking my cousin and brother, who had a stutter, too.
The tale of “Austin and Shelly Forever” sounds like your typical vaguely romantic love story...
This article was written by Dr. Charles Van Riper in 1965. Van Riper's research remains valuable and important to consider more than 50 years later.
For more than a year, celebrated author Vince Vawter has been collaborating with Jim Wann on a stage show that will be of great interest to the stuttering community — Paperboy: A Musical.
Glenn McClure traveled to Antarctica to study changes in the ice — and to use the data he collected in a new musical project, the latest in McClure's history of combining math, music, and nature.
While most of Steve Harvey's success stems from his skill at entertaining crowds, as a child his stutter made him terrified of speaking in front of audiences.
Research findings can sometimes serve as a bright, shiny object, distracting our attention from the methods of study.
Long-time Stuttering Foundation friend Alan Rabinowitz is CEO of the only organization devoted exclusively to the conservation of the wild cat species.
Nino Ilievski is the creative genius behind the Stuttering Foundation's poignant public service ads.
Teachers have intuitively known the secret for years: nursery and counting rhymes have an important place in the learning process.