Stuttering: Young Kiwis share their stories
Stuttering: Young Kiwis share their stories will take you on a journey with 11 young people (aged 9 to 18 years) to help you understand the unique experiences of young Kiwis who stutter. In this 15-minute film, they share their stories about stuttering both in and out of the school environment, to make the world an easier place for people who stutter. Educational, and sometimes emotional, this film will provide you with insights into the lives of people who stutter. The stories these generous young Kiwis share will help you to learn what you can do to support people who stutter. This film will be of particular value to teachers or others who care about people who stutter.
This film has only been possible because of the generosity of Annabelle, Anoop, Brenna, Brooklyn, Callum, Cruze, Ethan, Luke, Rose, Sydney and Will.
They have shared their experiences and insights with honesty, courage and wisdom. The START community thanks them for the difference they will make in the lives of others.
We thank Mike McRoberts for his belief in the importance of this project and for his support.
We thank the Lindsay Foundation for providing the funding to make this film possible.