Paths Toward Recovery

by Kristin Chmela, Geoff Johnston, Walter Manning, and Robert Quesal

For some, the path toward long-term recovery from stuttering has led to normal fluency, for others it has led to an acceptance of themselves as persons who stutter, whether they speak fluently or not. For many it has led to signicant changes in both fluency and attitude. The following panelists have written their personal story of their path toward recovery and, after you have read their papers, are willing to discuss their journey with participants in the ISAD conference.