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Disability Information - Stuttering

 

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The National Stutterers Hotline

(1-800-221-2483) Toll Free Monday thru Friday between 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. EST

 

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Visit http://www.stuttering.com for more information.

 

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 Education & Classroom Accommodations

 

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 Michigan Resources, Support Groups, Listservs & Websites

Wayne State University's Center For Stuttering Treatment, Support & Research - The Center for Stuttering Treatment, Support, and Research (CSTSR) is a project of the Wayne State University Speech and Language Center. It operates within the Department of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology. The CSTSR offers clinical evaluation and treatment for children, teens, and adults who are experiencing the symptoms of stuttering. The CSTSR also sponsors a support group, affiliated with the National Stuttering Association. Finally, research is conducted in order to answer important questions about stuttering.

 

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 National Resources & Websites

 

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 Articles Related to this Disability

Stuttering: Avoiding Pepperoni - National Post reporter Joseph Brean, who stutters, writes about the latest treatment being pioneered by Toronto researchers, how he copes with the speech impediment and the perils of ordering pizza.

  

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 Medical Information

Speech Easy Stutter Device - Three million people stutter in this country. This is a story about one of them. A young man who, after years of unsuccessful therapy, tried something new. A device that looks like a hearing aid now what comes out of his mouth is music to his ears.

 

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