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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.
Rich Stephens talks about his experiences with stuttering, and the power of not feeling alone. He feels strongly that “stuttering should never be a taboo subject”. He believes that “to understand anything you need to start at the beginning. Which is why The Genetics of Stuttering Study is so important for the future generations of people who stutter.”
We are very excited to announce the publication of our new paper: “Self-reported impact of developmental #stuttering across the lifespan”
We describe the lived experiences of the first 1000 people recruited to our study.
A thread! 🧵 1/n
What a great initiative! 💚
To find out more about our study, visit our website: https://t.co/AypyqIppdN
Austin Sanday is an active, happy 9 year-old who enjoys video games, soccer & playing with his dog. At 3 Austin started #stuttering. He feels frustrated when he cannot get his words out & wishes more people understood stuttering. Read his story: https://t.co/dq7zQoeRhN https://t.co/zgCjaRTXhy