We encourage educators, family members and even any individual who regularly interacts with individuals who stutter to undergo our training. We understand the significant role that teachers and other educators play in the lives of young children who stutter. We regularly receive calls from teachers who are unsure on how to help children who stutter.

It is with this knowledge that, we at Stuttering Foundation understood the significance of how all children would benefit greatly if their teachers understand and support them. Our training and material helps not just teachers but even family members who would like to make a difference in the life of an individual who stutters.

Quite often, its wrong information and lack of proper guidance and training of those around them that adds to the problem and makes the individual, be it a child or an adult, lose confidence and possibly increase the severity of their stutter. We at Stuttering Foundation want to ensure such scenarios are on the decline and do our best to contribute to promoting awareness and tips on how to interact and deal with an individual with a stutter.


Work through it and get the treatment that you want to get, but … don’t see it as a plight on your life, and carry on pushing forward.

- Ed Sheehan

When it comes to prevention of a stutter, usually early detection helps to stop the ascension of the disorder. With various workshops conducted in different parts of the city that makes the general public aware on how to identify early signs of a stutter, we at Stuttering Foundation are committed towards making aware and educating the public on the often misunderstood Stuttering disorder.