Children Draw Pictures Representing “What it Feels Like to Stutter” - PresenceLearning

The following images are children’s pictorial representations of their stuttering problems:

picture of stuttering

By D.H., age 8

picture of stuttering

By A.L.

picture of stuttering

By Caryn, age 14


At Presence TeleCare, we realize the distress that speech impediments like stuttering cause for children and adults alike. Our hope is that telepractice will deliver more effective speech therapy to those who desperately need it. For more children’s depictions of their stuttering problems, visit the Pictures of Stuttering Gallery at the Minnesota State University website.

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