New Technologies

Well, sort of new anyway. This section will highlight Blogs, Videos, and Podcasts featuring stuttering. There are many additional examples online that highlight specific therapy programs for those interested in doing some research. If you know of additional general materials about stuttering that should be included here, please suggest them.

This page has been translated into Portuguese by Artur Weber and added here February 15, 2018. As links are updated or no longer functioning, those changes may not be reflected in the translation.


"Twitter is an online social networking service that enables users to send and read short 140-character messages called 'tweets.'" Below are a few Twitters about stuttering that may be of interest


Many of these blogs were written several years ago and not maintained, but they still may contain interesting ideas and insights. Some are current and well maintained.

The word "blog" is short for "web log" and is "a shared on-line journal where people can post diary entries about their personal experiences and hobbies." (Onelook Dictionary). Below are examples of blogs which focus on stuttering.

A FEW Facebook Groups

There are numerous Facebook Groups about fluency disorders that have emerged. Several groups are listed below. To find more, enter "stuttering" in the Facebook Search.


An online video search with the keyword stuttering, stutterer, stutter, or stammering will uncover many examples of stuttering videos - some just a few seconds long, others over 30 minutes long. Some of the videos can be downloaded to your computer to watch off-line. Others (notably on must be viewed online. Below are several good examples of videos about stuttering. There are also MANY videos that could be considered "informercials' for specific therapy programs, some showing interesting before and after videos. If you are interested in infomercials or videos providing information about specific programs, feel free to search on,, and other video search strategies on yahoo, etc.

Podcasts and Online Radio

A podcast is a digital media file distributed over the Internet using syndication feeds, like a "radio." These files can be playbacked on a portable media player (like an iPod) or your computer. (Wikipedia)

Google+ Hangouts

Google+ Hangouts provide opportunity for live video calls with up to 10 people. The following are used to schedule meeting times for information and small support group opportunities

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added August 20, 2012
updated October 2, 2019