Eight years after his intensive therapy program, Jon Paul watches his friends and family speech

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Eight years after his intensive therapy program, Jon Paul watches his friends and family speech

In May 2005, Jon Paul attended the AIS intensive therapy program for stuttering. Near the end of the program, he and the other participants gave speeches to invited friends and family. Recently Jon Paul visited with us watched the video of his speech. In this video blog, Jon Paul discusses the impact of watching that video and what life has been like since completing the intensive program. In the next few days, we’ll also be posting Jon Paul’s speech for everyone to see. Thanks Jon Paul for your willingness to share!

More about Jon Paul

JonPaul2012_24Bio from Jon Paul’s website – Jon Paul, a 2008 Berklee College of Music graduate, studied songwriting and guitar performance, but has been involved with music all of his life. Growing up with a severe stammer as a child, music was his only way to escape the trapped feeling of not being able to communicate what he wanted to say. Jon Paul has been pleasing audiences everywhere from all around the Northeast, Texas and England with his unique approach to songwriting. His debut EP is a launching pad for a musician that won’t be going anywhere for a while, “music is one of the most important things in my life.  As long as I’m alive, I’ll still be writing.”


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