Stuttering is complex, interesting, misunderstood, and newsworthy, which is why we see reports on the subject all the time. Television, newspapers, magazines, internet sites, and others report on stuttering, but the views and attitudes expressed about stuttering are not always accurate in reflecting the views of the National Stuttering Association.

Reporters are often looking for an interesting angle or an “amazing breakthrough possible cure” for stuttering, so they often focus on specific findings. Nonetheless, we appreciate and welcome the publicity since it brings stuttering to the forefront and increases stuttering awareness. We’ve highlighted here a few recent news stories about stuttering and the NSA.

  • NSA provides a safe place for students...

    For most people, talking is a routine part of the day that...

  • Get to Know NSA’ers Sian & Azelene,...

    We were honored to be connected with 11-year old Sian Williams, and...

  • A New Approach to Self-Disclosure of Stuttering

    One of the more valuable tools speech-language pathologists teach their clients is...

  • Springer brings perspective to life and baseball

    Spend any time with George Springer and it's easy to tell he's...

  • 2017 NSA Youth of the Year on...

    "Stuttering is inspirational," said Denton. "It's fun for me to be a...

  • Get to Know Author Macarena Calzado

    We recently connected with Macarena Calzado, a student at Miami University in...

  • ESGCT Award Winner & PWS John Finn

    As a Scientist, John has worked in the gene therapy field for the...

  • Stevie Soul Find His Voice in the...

    Then one day, Ansara, who is best known around Detroit as Stevie...

  • The Everyday Anxiety of the Stutterer

    The New York Times Communication, particularly the spoken word, is not altogether...