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Study participant Frank shares his story: what it was like growing up with a stutter, and how he reluctantly overcame his fear of public speaking!
Study participant Sian Williams, 13, shares her experiences of growing up with a stutter.
2019 has been a busy year for the Genetics of Stuttering Study! As the year draws to a close, we thought it a good time to provide an update on how the study is progressing, and our plans into the new year.
Awesome job Brendan! 👏 👏 👏 https://t.co/4O4jCRixx7
A very special #Infographic for #ISAD2020, written and produced by my eldest son, Brendan (aged 10). Every word in this is his, as it should be. "Stammering is not your downfall, it's your gift". So proud of him 👏🥰 #365DaysOfCompassion @jenroche80 @GillianRudd @kathjbond66 https://t.co/WERFON1dWx
Way to go Sam! #findtherightwords https://t.co/yi3jJC8xFw
When Sam got into the local newspaper he didn't like the headline describing him as a sufferer. So he wrote a poem to tell the world that you can stammer & be confident. Read his poem and watch Sam reading it here: https://t.co/c8iI5DCP0i #FindTheRightWords #ISAD2020 #stammering https://t.co/QeyZiKCx2S
To coincide with #ISAD2020, The Australia Speakeasy Association, in collab with @stammer, @Wikipedia and others, have launched a campaign make people think differently about the language used about #stuttering.
This great video, narrated by @Scroobiuspipyo sums it up! https://t.co/hMSqY7GusC