Stuttering is complex, interesting, often misunderstood, and newsworthy. We’ve highlighted here a few recent news stories about stuttering and the NSA, and included a few of our own pieces.

Resilience at Work for People Who Stutter

On March 23, the National Stuttering Association (NSA) held a webinar on “Resilience at Work for People Who Stutter.” This workshop, led by Ariel Mahlmann and Carl Coffey, focused on [...]

Stuttering, COVID-19, and Zoom University

While COVID-19 cases have been on the decline and in-person activities are slowly reopening, it looks like one feature of the pandemic is here to stay: Zoom. The increased popularity [...]

Is There Such A Thing As Too Much Advertising?

I have never been the sort of person to advertise my stutter. Throughout high school, only my close friends were aware that I had a stutter, and even then I [...]

Virtuous Disfluency

Stuttering is having its moment right now. Never before have people been more aware of stuttering than today. U.S. President Joe Biden stutters. Baseball superstar George Springer stutters. British actress [...]

We Care About What You Have to Say

I consider myself lucky to have found the NSA when I was only ten years old. Up until that point, I had never met another stutterer or ever heard another stutter. [...]

The Importance of Connection

 Hi there. Nice to see you again. I recently had the honor of sitting down with Eli Taulman and his mom, Nicole, and learning more about their family journey with [...]

Chapter Leader Spotlight – Pascal Orelus

Pascal, 29, was born in Haiti but he moved with his mom to Fort Lauderdale, FL when he was 11 years old. After High School, Pascal moved to Tampa, FL [...]

It’s OK To Stutter!

My name is Liv, I'm 10 years old, and I’m a PWS. Do you know what that stands for? It stands for “a Person Who Stutters”. When I stutter I [...]

Chapter Leader Spotlight – Steff Lebsack

Steff was born in Albuquerque, NM, three and a half month premature and the smallest baby to live in 1983 in the state. After being told by the doctors that [...]

Chapter Leader Spotlight – Edmund Metzold

Edmund, 26, grew up in the suburbs of Boston and later attended Oberlin College in Ohio, where he studied ethnomusicology (the study of the music of different cultures, especially non-Western [...]