He cited President Joe Biden, Marilyn Monroe, and Tiger Woods as examples that show that just because you have a stutter, you can still achieve your goals.
âThe strength behind Change and Impact is that when Michael speaks, people are listening. It’s not something you can often say about someone who stutters. It is an incredible thing. We’re trying to show these kids that anything is possible, âsaid Joe Donaher, director of the academic and research program at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Donaher works as a speech therapist for children and adolescents. He said Change and Impact has given them immense access to reach people who need help with their stuttering.
Kidd-Gilchrist credited his college speech therapist because she genuinely cared about him and wasn’t just there to try and teach him techniques that could potentially correct his stuttering.
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âHaving someone who was passionate about helping me and who really wanted to see me succeed, it gave me the confidence that I have today to speak with a stutter,â he said. declared.
Maria Turner, from Tuckerton, said she saw herself in the Kidd-Gilchrist story.
âI am a person who stutters. I have practiced speech therapy all my life, from a young age. I also had a speech-language pathologist who listened with her heart, and she helped me realize that it’s okay to stutter, âTurner said. âAnd because of my speech therapist, I accepted that I am as good as my non-stuttering peers.