• Recent Studies Add Knowledge About Genetic Factors in Stuttering

    Two recent studies have once again focused attention on the role of genetic factors in stuttering. These studies used approaches not previously applied to stuttering, and identified new genetic variants correlated with this disorder.

  • John Mackay: The Irish-American Bonanza King

    John Mackay ranks as the richest Irishman ever in history, as the $1 billion he possessed at the time of his death in 1902 is the equivalent of $80 billion today.

  • New Book: Two Penguins and a Treasure to Be Discovered

    Two Penguins and a Treasure to Be Discovered is an adventure where penguins Jorge and Tito introduce the notions needed to stimulate fluency in young children.

  • Evaluating Persistence: A Closer Look

    Excerpts from Stuttering: Foundations and Clinical Applications, Third Edition, by Dr. Ehud Yairi and Dr. Carol H. Seery.

  • Books to Talk About

    Here are four books you might consider for your bookshelf.

  • An Adventure

    Two Penguins and a Treasure to Be Discovered is an adventure where penguins Jorge and Tito introduce the notions needed to stimulate fluency in young children.

  • The Perfect Stutter

    Author Paul H. Brocklehurst reveals how stuttering throws light on the human condition. He integrates lessons from his personal, often painful, experiences with spiritual and medical theory to gain control over stuttering.

  • Info Sent to Pediatricians Nationwide

    Now in its 6th edition, The Child Who Stutters: To the Pediatrician is hot off the press and has been sent to every pediatrician in the country by the Stuttering Foundation.

  • New Year, New Opportunities!

    Good News for Employers: According to speech experts, people who stutter, tend to show significantly above average care and perseverance in completing their workplace responsibilities.

  • Do You Stutter: A Guide for Teens

    Now available in a new printing, the Stuttering Foundation’s Do You Stutter: A Guide For Teens explains to teenagers that, with the right approach, stuttering does not have to either encumber their present or undermine their future.

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