Hollywood addresses stuttering in the King's Speech
The King's Speech, released in November 2010, tells the story of King George VI, who had a severe stuttering problem and never intended to become king, and his speech therapist Lionel Logue. This is the first movie to feature a main character with a stuttering problem and the speech therapy undergone. Visit the Stuttering Foundation of America website to read an article about this inspiring film.
The Loyola Clinical Centers offer comprehensive and individualized assessment and treatment of fluency disorders for all ages. For questions or additional information, please call 410-617-1200.
"M" improved her articulation with the help of sessions tailored specifically to her interests, which made her more engaged.
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