Do you, or someone you know experience dysfluent speech? Well you are not alone!
( Picture from: National Stuttering Association)
Looking to learn more and get involved? Check out StutterTalk, a non-profit organization that has published more than 475 weekly episodes that feature individuals who stutter, researchers, speech-language pathologists, leaders in the self help community, family members, famous people who stutter and others. To learn more about StutterTalk check out: http://stuttertalk.com/
If you experience dysfluent speech, or are a parent of an individual that experiences dysfluent speech I recommend checking out FRIENDS. FRIENDS is a national non-profit organization dedicated to empowering young people who experience dysfluencies and their families. The purpose of FRIENDS is to provide support and education to people who stutter, their families, and clinicians. FRIENDS empowers individuals and their families. FRIENDS is directed by Lee Caggiano, the mother of a son who stutters and a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP). To learn more about FRIENDS go to the website at http://www.friendswhostutter.org/about-us/.