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.
An open letter to a lifelong friend: For most of my life, you’ve been the friend I didn’t want, but couldn’t see my life without.
Hockey player Bryan Rust has been a champion for stuttering, openly discussing his struggles with several media outlets.
Did you know that many famous singers who stutter began singing to overcome their stutter?
World Series MVP George Springer speaks out on his speech epiphany
"Fluency Program? Why is she looking at that? Where is this going? Did she find a technique?"