Joe continues to talk with Carl about his experiences at AIS. Now, they discuss the role that fluency plays in the AIS intensive program.
Kristina, mother of an AIS client, talks about being a parent of a child who stutters and their experiences receiving therapy here.
The last time we heard from Susan, she was quizzing strangers in the airport about stuttering. Now, she just sent us some incredible news. Here's the news in her words: Hey Chamonix and Carl, Hope you guys are doing well. I have something funny to tell you. So, I got into a grad school program, [...]
Steven's story is one of stuttering severely and enduring, doing what you want to do in your life anyway, even if it is hard. It's about survival. After a rough time in school with his stuttering, Steven came to AIS. All he wanted to do was to be in the Marines. Now he is. In [...]
Craig, who last shared about cluttering, talks about his fears and motivations going into the January intensive stuttering therapy program.
Thank you to Craig for taking the time to share his experiences with cluttering. Cluttering is defined as “a fluency disorder characterized by a rate that is perceived to be abnormally rapid, irregular or both for the speaker (although measured syllable rates may not exceed normal limits). These rate abnormalities further are manifest in one [...]
photo: Hyougushi Susan just finished the January 2010 intensive program last week. She sent us this great story about her trip back to Indiana: I thought you’d like to hear something funny I did yesterday in the airport. I had a long delay in Newark and then a 3-hour layover in Chicago, so I pulled [...]
Adam, after his last session at AIS, talks about covert stuttering, his therapy here, and the role of stuttering in his job as a litigation attorney. We hope that you're enjoying the warmer weather in Atlanta, Adam!