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

Sharing the CSA Conference 2022 Experience!

Berenice Mengo, MBAPersonal Commentary

Memorial University Students Create an Informative Display about Stuttering

  Greg O'Grady, co-founder of the Newfoundland Labrador Stuttering Association, would like to thank students at the Memorial University Newfoundland (MUN) for creating an informative display about stuttering.

Lisa Wilder and Greg O'GradyNews Items

Investigating the use of brain stimulation to improve speech fluency - Participants Needed

Developmental stuttering can best be understood from a multidimensional perspective, including genetics, motor control, language ability, temperament, environmental influences, among others.

Luc De Nil, Cindy Nguyen, Narges MoeinPersonal Commentary

Another Successful Let’s Talk!

Thank you to all who attended and participated in the April 16 Let’s Talk event, Stuttering & Cluttering – What’s the connection?

Carla Di DomenicantonioPersonal Commentary

Singwell Project Conducting Survey

The SingWell Project is inviting anyone who stutters to participate in a brief (15-minute) international survey exploring the role of singing in the lives of those who stutter.  The SingWell Project aims to research and mobilize

Personal Commentary

Transforming the Iceberg

I have very little control over my stutter. I wouldn’t even call it control; it’s more like I have to bargain with it.

Nina G.Personal Commentary

The Bob Kroll Centre for Stuttering and Speech in Newfoundland

It is time to Continue this Conversation!   

I am please to launch The BOB KROLL CENTRE for STUTTERING AND SPEECH NL Facebook group page.

Greg O'GradyPersonal Commentary