I have managed to overcome my fears and it has made such a difference for me. I just want to let other people know that it can be done and you can take control of your life.
James Tennant stunned the Journalism Week audience by doing something he never thought he could do: talk in front of a large audience.
Georgia Scott’s stammer once prevented her from saying her own name – now, she documents her condition to millions on TikTok in the hope that she can help educate others.
One in a hundred people has a stammer. There is no cure but there is hope. Speaking out – a television documentary features a Norwich man helping people control their stammer.
“These guys started out on Wednesday night not being able to say their names, Thursday night they can say their names and addresses, Friday they were able to do telephone calls to complete strangers, and here we are on Saturday watching them find new confidence in their voice and putting it into action”.
UK Graduate Andy Kelly tells his local paper, The Northern Echo, about how he finally tackled his stutter at the age of 50.
Ever since he was a young boy McGuire Graduate Chris Wilton has shaken off callous jeers and taunts due to a speech impediment. He recently spoke to The Western Gazette about his experiences of stuttering and the McGuire Programme.
Jennifer Vaughan had five years of speech lessons with The McGuire Programme ahead of the big day.
Tuesday, January 09th at 9 pm on ITV Taster clip ‘School For Stammerers’: https://we.tl/vfckUJEoOU
Living with a stammer can be isolating and frightening but reporter Freya Findlay meets one man who is not letting it hold him back.
Since joining The McGuire Programme I have attended numerous courses and improvement days throughout the UK to help with my speech which I have worked hard on. I practice every day so that I don’t fall back to how I was before joining the programme.
In spite of not having any face-to-face courses for two years, the Bristol course was extremely successful.