• Coverage from The King's Speech

  • Toastmasters Offers a Safe and Therapeutic Place for Stutterers to Find Their Voices

    The movie The King’s Speech, which debuts Nov. 26, documents King George VI’s struggle to overcome his stutter and lead the U.K. through World War II. Like the King, America’s approximately 3 million stutterers can improve by doing what they may fear the most: Speak in public. Toastmasters International (www.toastmasters.org) offers a supportive, safe and therapeutic atmosphere for people of all backgrounds to practice their speaking and leadership skills.  

  • Stuttering Foundation Mentioned in Catholic News Service Article

    Last week the Stuttering Foundation and President Jane Fraser were mentioned in an article on the Catholic News Service. The article dealt with how some Catholic priests deal with stuttering in their ministry and featured the stories of two priests. Articles from the wire service are made made available to almost every Catholic newspaper in the U.S., as well as to those in English-speaking foreign countries. The article mentioned the Stuttering Foundation's downloadable brochure "Special Education Law and Children Who Stutter," which explains that every child in the U.S.

  • My Disability Lesson

    My Disability Lesson

    By Andrew Feese
    2010 FAME Essay Winner

    This is a new age for people who are disabled. There are electronic aides, there are therapists, and there are exceptions.                      

  • In-depth Focus in Philly

    In July, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), The Florida State University, and the Stuttering Foundation co-sponsored the third Mid-Atlantic Workshop in Philadelphia.

    Speech-language pathologists from nine states, Puerto Rico, Canada, Brazil, and France met July 12-16 on the CHOP campus to learn how to assess and treat school-age children and adolescents who stutter.

  • Cognitive Approaches Change Lives

    Boston Workshop Deemed Success

    Since 1985, the Stuttering Foundation has conducted intensive summer workshops in order to increase the pool of speech-language pathologists trained in the latest techniques for the treatment of stuttering. This summer was no exception.

  • 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

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