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.

  • A Journey Through Stuttering with Dr. Fred...

    Take a listen as Dr. Fred Murray discusses his journey with stuttering...

  • Researchers scan babies’ brains in attempt to...

    Researchers at the University of Sydney are conducting a world first study...

  • Interview with Madeline Wahl, Huffington Post Associate...

    Madeline Wahl, Huffington Post Associate Editor, Blogs & Community, was gracious enough...

  • National Stuttering Association Statement Regarding Cleveland PD...

    The National Stuttering Association is extremely troubled by recent media reports indicating...

  • A Year to Remember: Stutterer proves it’s...

    The Commercial Appeal Memphis Parker Mantell walked to the lectern and began...

  • I think my child is stuttering —...

    Parents who are concerned that their child may be stuttering often first...

  • Mayor Appoints Dr. Leana Wen as Baltimore...

    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced her appointment of Dr. Leana S. Wen as...

  • Ask Dr. Gerald Maguire about the Medical...

    Gerald Maguire, M.D., DFAPA joins Peter Reitzes for this “Ask Jerry” episode...

  • Interview with Darrius Crump, PWS and Warren...

    We had the pleasure of meeting Darrius Crump, of Gurnee, Illinois, a...