Stuttering Foundation of America Videos
Stuttering and Your Child: A Videotape for Parents
For parents, teachers, day care professionals, and all those wanting to help the child who stutters. Produced by Dr. Edward G. Conture of Syracuse University in collaboration with Dr. Barry Guitar and Dr. Dean E. Williams, authorities in the field of childhood stuttering. 30-minute VHS videotape.
Do You Stutter: Straight Talk for Teens
Produced by Edward G. Conture, Ph.d., Syracuse University; and Barry E. Guitar, Ph.D., University of Vermont; in collaboration with Jane Fraser, President, Stuttering Foundation of America; Hugo H. Gregory, Ph.D., Northwestern University; and Peter Ramig, Ph.D., University of Colorado. This new (1996) 30-minute videotape is designed to provide up-to-date information about
This videotape is an excellent resource for teens and adults, their families, teachers, physicians, and speech-language pathologists and is certain to further the understanding of stuttering and what can be done to help. Appropriate for viewing in any home, clinical, or education setting.
- what stuttering is
- concerns and feelings associated with stuttering
- ways to help yourself and where to find help
These videos are normally available for $10 each, but can be ordered at no cost by public libraries.
Wrote Ronald P. Steensland of the Lexington Public Library in Lexington, Kentucky,
"Donations such as yours increase our ability to provide quality public
service. These videos and their accompanying books will make welcome
additions to our collections at the Central Library, and the Southside,
Lansdowne, and Northside Branches." If your local library would like a free copy have them call the Stuttering Foundation of America at
or write to
The Stuttering Foundation
1805 Moriah Woods Blvd.; Suite 3
P. O Box 11749
Memphis, TN 38117
A press release will then be sent to the newspapers where each library is located to apprise local residents of the availability of the videotape.
Webweaver Judy Kuster
Last modifed March 16, 2012