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Why Supporting the HCRI Stuttering Therapy Scholarship Fund is So Important

At Hollins Communications Research Institute (HCRI), we receive calls everyday from persons who stutter – and want to attend our ...
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From Stuttering to HCRI Therapy to Treating Others Who Stutter

Ross S. Barrett believes luck was on his side when it comes to his stuttering and career. Yet, more than ...
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HCRI Achieves 50 Year Milestone For Stuttering Therapy Innovation and Research

– H C R I   N E W S   R E L E A S E – Roanoke, VA, October 4, ...
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Help Persons Who Stutter Attend Life-Changing HCRI Therapy

HCRI's Stuttering Therapy Scholarship Fund enables individuals with financial need to attend the nonprofit's 12-day stuttering therapy and acquire lifelong fluency ...
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HCRI Receives Special Funding to Make Therapy More Affordable

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!   Thanks to the generosity of several of HCRI's past stuttering therapy participants, the nonprofit institute is able to ...
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Overview of HCRI Work and Accomplishments

As Hollins Communication Research Institute (HCRI) enters its 50th year of stuttering research and treatment innovation, here's a summary look ...
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Young HCRI Alumnus Driven to Help Others Who Stutter

In sixth grade, Stanley D. Craig, Jr. of Richmond, Virginia, came to Hollins Communications Research Institute (HCRI) for stuttering therapy ...
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The Cost of Your Stuttering vs. the Cost of Stuttering Therapy at HCRI

In this article, Ronald L. Webster, Ph.D., president of Hollins Communications Research Institute (HCRI), offers a quantitative perspective to help ...
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HCRI Announces 2022 Stuttering Therapy Program Dates

HCRI clinicians have helped thousands acquire the ability to speak fluently and confidently in everyday situations. Our nonprofit center's 12-day ...
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A View into Stuttering: Incidence, Characteristics and Treatment

Stuttering is one of humankind’s most misunderstood and mistreated disorders. In this primer on stuttering, Ronald L. Webster, Ph.D. provides ...
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