Become the Inspiration

I’ve been stuttering since I was 2. My mom says that she first noticed it when she got me a pink toy kitchen for Christmas. I was so excited, I couldn’t even speak.

Maria StellerPersonal Stories

Studies Show... Conferences are Awesome!

It's no secret that peer support, and opportunities to meet and interact with one another, in both social and educational environments, are beneficial for people who stutter. Worldwide, tens of thousands of people who stutter attend support groups and conferences.

Lisa WilderPersonal Commentary

Stuttering From a Different Perspective

William BaerPersonal Commentary

My Name... My Name... My Name is Don McLean

My Name... My Name is Don McLean. My Name... is Don McLean.

Don McLeanPersonal Commentary

Sports Writer and CSA Member Ryan Cowley is Keynote Speaker at SLP College Event

On the weekend of June 23, I was in Albany, New York, where I attended the College of Saint Rose's 4th annual Stuttering Treatment Program.

Ryan CowleyPersonal Commentary

Kyle's Story

According to the Oxford dictionary, the word “Stutter” is defined as: “talk with continued involuntary repetition of sounds, especially initial consonants.” Prior to 2007, if asked to define the above term, I probably wo

Kristin PrattPersonal Stories

Survey from Western Sydney University

It has often been assumed that adults who stutter want to seek treatment from speech pathologists and connect with support groups to help them manage their stutter and speak fluently. However, we are a group of researchers who want to know what people who stutter really want.

CSAPersonal Commentary