Make Room For The Stuttering

Texan Stuttering At It’s Best

Posted on: July 19, 2011

I am so glad I had my trusty Flip recorder with me when Vicki Schutter got up to speak at one of the general sessions at the National Stuttering Association conference. Vicki tells an incredible story of selflessness and support about her good friend Russ Hicks, a long time NSA member.

Watch and listen as Vicki’s story unfolds, and then how Russ reacts.

Being part of the stuttering community means more than just stuttering support. It also means behind-the-scenes acts of love and support for the relationships that are built among people. For that’s what we really celebrate in the stuttering community – the relationships!

This story moved me, for many reasons! I hope it moves you too!

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1 Response to "Texan Stuttering At It’s Best"

Pam, thanks for posting that! I sent the link to some of my family and friends.

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