Your Search Returned 162 tagged news reports
Stuttering book shows compassion Posted May 19, 2013 at 12:01 a.m...Kudos to Vince Vawter for writing the novel Paperboy about a child dealing with his stuttering problem in Memphis in the 1950's. People who stutter of past generations never had the
Parents eagerly anticipate the moment when their child first begins to talk. But for some parents, it is a time of anxiety because their child struggles to get words out. As many as 5 percent of preschool children nationwide have repetitions and
Written by Filed Under Sharonville has recognized national Stuttering Association Awareness Week. City Council passed a resolution supporting the national awareness, and presented a plaque in support of the association to Pam Woebkenberg May 14.
Vince Vawter knows the life of a young person who stutters is absolutely miserable...When you thrust that disability on a young person with no self-confidence, experiences or life lessons to fall back on, it is probably one of the loneliest feelings
Senior partner on living with a stammer 9 May 2013 Last updated at 06:29 ET Research by the British Stammering Association suggests two thirds of employees with a stammer hold back on sharing ideas in the workplace, and that half of them had not gone
Below, the track is available to hear in full, and a brief interview about the longstanding DJ/producer's new tune can be read over on Pitchfork before the single drops on April 29.
Apparently, the video was sparked by a "mutual love for futuristic aesthetics and cinematic atmospheres," and the tune that accompanies it is a perfect match. "The Abyss Within" takes its time to wind up, building on bubbling, low-swinging synths and
American Idol" contestant Lazaro Arbos won the hearts of viewers not just because of his singing, but because of his personal story. The 22-year-old from Florida suffers from a severe stutter that disappears while he's performing. Though the Cuban-
Ind. (AP) Purdue University researchers need 4- and 5-year-old children who stutter to participate in a five-year study to study why some children continue to stutter and others grow out of it. Professors Anne Smith and Christine Weber-Fox will
We've lost sustained interest in American Idol and thus no longer view it regularly, so we were surprised last week to see that the singing tilt was down to its final seven betsand that five of them were women! To make things even more surprising,