• Waverly the Therapy Dog Remembered

    Waverly, a therapy dog who worked with those who stutter in Alaska, passed away recently. She would have been six years old in June.

  • An Update from Author Vince Vawter

    The Asheville (NC) Community Theatre hosted a "table reading" on two days in March of PAPERBOY, A NEW MUSICAL, based on Vince Vawter’s novel of a boy growing up with a stutter in 1950s Memphis.

  • Same Mission, New Website

    With nearly one hundred million visitors each year and inquiries from more than 137 countries around the world, the Stuttering Foundation’s website has become the leading global resource for people who stutter, therapists, teachers, and parents.

  • 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.