Monthly Archives: May 2013

Stutter Social hosted Hangout on Air to raise awareness of stuttering

I promise this is my third and final post for National Stuttering Awareness Week. I’m going for the trifecta. As the week draws to a close, Stutter Social broadcasted a Google+ Hangout on Air last night, featuring a panel of … Continue reading

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Five common misconceptions about stuttering

As seen in The King’s Speech, when King George VI – before he became king – sought speech therapy (before seeing Lionel Logue), he was advised to fill his mouth with marbles and try to speak as a means to … Continue reading

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Michigan man embarks on mission to spread awareness of stuttering

Cameron Francek is a man on a mission. For the past 100 days, Francek, a 26-year-old man from Royal Oak, Michigan, has been introducing himself to strangers and disclosing his stuttering in an effort to both incite positive change in … Continue reading

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