12 Jun 2013
StutterTalk host Barry Yeoman is joined by Elaine Robin and Stefan Hoffmann in Lunteren, The Netherlands at the 10th World Congress for People Who Stutter. Both Elaine and Stefan are Westerners who have lived in China. Barry asks them about the emerging stuttering self-help movement in China. Check back tomorrow at StutterTalk.com for our fifth and final episode from the Netherlands.
ELAINE ROBIN is a speech-language pathologist and a person who stutters. She lives in the Seattle area.
STEFAN HOFFMAN is the former vice chair of the International Stuttering Association (ISA). He lives in Ingolstadt, Germany.
BARRY YEOMAN is a respected journalist, a person who stutters, a StutterTalk advisor and a long-time participant in self-help organizations for people who stutter. Barry advises StutterTalk on issues pertaining to ethics in journalism, reporting and much more. Read Mr. Yeoman’s entire bio here. Mr. Yeoman has been featured several times on StutterTalk – those episodes are archived here.
- Reporting from the 10th World Congress for People Who Stutter – Netherlands (Ep. 401)
- Day 1 with David Mitchell and Harry Dhillon (Ep. 402)
- Day 2 with Adeyemi Akintunde (Ep. 403)