American Institute for Stuttering

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American Institute for Stuttering
Founded 1998
Founder Catherine Otto Montgomery
Type 501(c)(3) public charity
Location
  • New York, NY
Services Stuttering therapy, clinical training
Employees
5
Website www.stutteringtreatment.org

The American Institute for Stuttering is an American nonprofit organization that provides universally affordable speech therapy to people who stutter. The organization, legally known as The American Institute for Stuttering Treatment and Professional Training, was founded in 1998 by speech-language pathologist Catherine Otto Montgomery in New York, NY. The current clinical director is speech-language pathologist Heather Grossman, PhD.

The organization provides stuttering therapy to children and adults[1] as well as clinical training to speech-language pathologists seeking specialized knowledge in the treatment of stuttering.

Board of directors[edit]

The members of the board of directors are [2]

See also[edit]

From 1998 to present, this is the logo used by the American Institute for Stuttering.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "?". CBS News. December 25, 2008. 
  2. ^ Staff and Board of Directors, American Institute for Stuttering website, Retrieved December 17, 2009

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