Welcome to our organization

Stuttering Foundation is an organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of stuttering . stuttering foundation provides information, resources, help and treatment to those who stutter and their families, as well as support for research into the causes of stuttering. We dedicated to educate the public about this complex disorder, to work toward the prevention of stuttering in children, to let adults know that help is available. stuttering foundation has been doing all of these since 1995 .We run extensive educational and therapy programs on stuttering for adult stutters. we hope that we may be of service to you.

Information about stuttering

  • Child who Stutters: A guide for parents : Practical suggestions to help parents and care-givers manage a child's stuttering.
  • Stuttering Prevention: A guide for Parents : For parents who are concerned that their child might be stuttering.
  • Stuttering: Frequently Asked Questions :Questions and answer about Stuttering science Childhood stuttering therapy, Adult Stuttering Therapy And Resources for stuttering.
  • Famous people who stutters :Stuttering is a difficult and demoralizing disability, but with hard work and persistence, many stutterers overcome the disorder and go on to successful lives
  • If your partner stutters a guide for spouse : it will provide couples with a starting point for what we recommend most highly, which is to talk about stuttering with each other!
  • Message to a stutterer :In psychological and speech laboratories we've uncovered evidence that stuttering is a conflict, a special kind of conflict between going forward and holding back........
  • Research on stuttering : Research into various aspects of the stuttering problem and survey research
  • How to React when Speaking with Someone who Stutters : Stuttering may look like an easy problem that can be solved with some simple advice, but for many adults, it can be a chronic life-long disorder. Here are some ways that you, the listener, can help
  • If you think your child is stuttering : If your child has difficulty speaking and tends to hesitate on or repeat certain syllables, words, or phrases, he may have a speech disfluency or stuttering problem. But he simply may be going through periods of normal disfluency that most children experience as they learn to speak. This will help you understand the difference between stuttering and normal language development
  • If your child stutter: get prevent it. In-depth information for parents
  • Notes to the teachers : Teachers often report difficulty in knowing what to do about a child who stutters in the classroom. For example...
  • Should he be expected to give oral reports, read out loud, or answer questions?
  • Should you talk to him about his speech or ignore it?
  • What should you do if other children tease her?
  • These are only a few of the questions often asked by teachers.

  • Stress and stuttering This is a special message to the person who stutters. It expresses our orientation to the to the problem .
  • Therapy for stuttering : Stuttering foundation provide one week full time training program for stuttering.
  • Using the telephone : a guide for stutters: If, as a person who stutters, you have a problem using the telephone, then you may find this advice helpful.
  • Newsletter : View or Download our current Newsletter
  • Treatment schedule: dates of the next Treatment Workshops conducted by Stuttering Foundation.
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