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Kevin, 70 – Father, grandfather & retired electrical engineer with a life-long stutter, whose father also stuttered, BRISBANE
Former electrical engineer, Kevin, 70, Brisbane is happily married with three adult sons and two grandchildren. A keen photographer, Kevin occasionally delivers an address to his camera club. Throughout the latter stages of his professional career, Kevin actively participated in the speaker’s club at his offices, where he, together with several of his colleagues, prepared…
Lisa, 40 – Business owner & mother-of-two who lived with a stutter until adulthood, whose mother also stuttered, SYDNEY
Stuttering had a profound impact on the childhood and adolescence of Lisa, 40, Sydney, who is now a successful business woman and mother-of-two. Lisa began to stutter at eight years of age. Her mother also lived with a mild stutter her whole life. Although unable to recall a specific trigger for her speech…
Juggling a full-time project management role with a plethora of local Council commitments for which he is regularly called upon to speak publicly, Samuel, 35, Sydney, has a lot on his plate. Despite having a stutter for most of his life, like his father Paul, Samuel has never been one to shy away from the…
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