for 2017

Index

What's New from 1997 What's New from 1998 What's New from 1999 What's New from 2000
What's New from 2001 What's New from 2002 What's New from 2003 What's New from 2004
What's New from 2005 What's New from 2006 What's New from 2007 What's New from 2008
What's New from 2009 What's New from 2010 What's New from 2011 What's New from 2012
What's New from 2013 What's New from 2014 What's New from 2015 What's New from 2016
What's New from 2017 What's New from 2018 What's New from 2019 What's New from 2020

September

  • Developmental Reading Assessment information for using the DRA for children with stuttering or speech sound disorders added to Examples of Material That Can Be Adapted For Therapy

  • Updated links on the Remembering Scatman John Larkin page

  • Updated links on Some Information about Communication

  • Links established to

    August

  • Young Child Fluency Interview added to Therapy for Stuttering (adapted with permission from F.Cook and W. Botterhill, July 2008 SFA workshop)

  • McDermott, Gerald R. author of Famous Stutterers: Twelve inspiring people who achieved great things while struggling with an impediment has made one of the chapters of his book freely-available - Chapter 5 "It's painful: Marilyn Monroe"

  • Updated multiple links on the Stuttering Home Page Famous People Who Stutter page.

  • Added Silverman, Ellen-Marie winning: a novel (The Jason Loring Triology - volume 2)to The Bookstore

  • Added Silverman, Ellen-Marie SheGate (The Jason Loring Triology, Volume 3)to The Bookstore

  • Howard Bingham - professional photographer and biographer of Muhammed Ali added to Famous People Who Stutter - In The Past

  • Links established to

    June

  • A letter from the Department of Education in 1980 and a second letter in 2007 clearly state that "educational performance" cannot be limited to showing of discrepancies in age/grade performance in academic subject-matter area. If their communication disorder impacts oral participation in class, social or emotional development or even potential employment opportunities, they can be served. Ana Paula Mumy developed a Teacher Questionnaire: Nonacademic Adverse Effect of Speech Impairment on Educational Performance for students who stutter.

  • Getting a free ride by Anita Blom added to On the Lighter Side

  • Spent a ton of time today updating the following pages
  • Geoffrey A Coalson, Louisiana State University added to Ph.D. programs in Stuttering

  • Links established to

    May

  • Links added to


    April

  • Registration form for the 2017 Shady Trails Camp Reunion, August 18-20.


    March

  • Links established to


    January

  • Shady Trails News, December 1939 a four-page newspaper added to Memories of Shady Trails

  • Grace Clancy added to Memories of Shady Trails

  • Picture of John and Grace from 1962 added to Memories of Shady Trails

  • Document listing many involved in the beginning of the National Stuttering Project provided by Michael Sugarman and added to The Museum

    Links established to


    last updated August 30, 2017