Pam Mertz on National Stuttering Awareness Week

The National Stuttering Awareness Week is an observance in the United States for people who stutter. It was established in 1988, by a President’s proclamation as the second week in May in response to the advocacy of the members of the National Stuttering Association. Pamela Mertz talked with us about it!



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