• Kendrick Lamar

    Rather than let his stutter get in the way of his success, rapper Kendrick Lamar claims it actually encouraged his musical career.

  • Nicole Kidman

    While Nicole Kidman has appeared in dozens of films, grossing more than $4 billion worldwide, she describes herself as being exceptionally shy, a circumstance that was only worsened by her childhood stutter.

  • When It Isn’t Stuttering, but “Something Else”

    Is it stuttering, or something else? That’s a question I am often asked as the fluency consultant in my school district. More and more, my colleagues and I are seeing students with language problems who also exhibit disfluent speech.

  • Shaquille O’Neal Bio

    Shaquille “Shaq” O'Neal is a retired professional basketball player and sports analyst on Inside the NBA. Shaq was first drafted into the NBA by the Orlando Magic in 1992.

  • Thank You Dr. Howard Schwartz

    Words will not express what an impact Dr. Howard Schwartz has had on so many people’s lives throughout his career as a Speech Language Pathologist.

  • Foundation Celebrates 70 Years

    The Stuttering Foundation celebrated its 70th anniversary during a gala in New York City. Among those in attendance was TV news anchor John Stossel.

  • The Stuttering Foundation: Giving a Voice to People Who Stutter for 70 Years

    The Stuttering Foundation celebrates its 70th anniversary this year, marking seven decades as the world’s foremost nonprofit dedicated to helping those who stutter.

  • The Magic Pill and Me

    “If you could take a magic pill to get rid of your stutter, would you take it?”  Some form of this question inevitably comes up when I talk to a group of people about stuttering.  Over the years my response has changed.

  • Erik Weir: Be Grateful and Don’t Be Afraid to Work Hard to Achieve Success

    Erik Weir is a successful money manager. But this self-made success story struggled with stuttering, which, along with his faith in God, made him the man he is today.

  • Stuttering Gave Me a Special Affinity Toward Others

    My name is Achilleas Souras. I’m 16 years old and I live in Barcelona. Growing up, talking wasn’t always easy for me. Speaking on the phone was hard. There were times when I was mocked and other kids finished my sentences for me.