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The innovative, 12-day stuttering therapy program at nonprofit Hollins Communications Research Institute is transforming the lives of people who stutter and opening doors of opportunity through
The July/August 2014 issue of the "Monitor on Psychology" includes coverage on the latest therapies that help people who stutter gain mastery over their symptoms.
Elite Group Includes President George H.W.
Hollins Communications Research Institute (HCRI – http://www.stuttering.org) is recognized as one of the most innovative nonprofit organizations in Virginia.
The behavioral stuttering therapy and technology-driven tools provided by Hollins Communications Research Institute (HCRI â€“ http://www.stuttering.org),
Hollins Communications Research Institute (HCRI â€“ http://www.stuttering.org), a leading center for stuttering research and therapy innovation, accomplishes
Hollins Communications Research Institute (HCRI - http://www.stuttering.org), a leader in stuttering research and treatment innovation, launches a multifaceted
A connection between a stuttering research institute and the National Air and Space Museum may seem unusual.
App Developed by Hollins Communications Research Institute as a Fluency Treatment and Practice Tool ROANOKE, Va., Jan.
NEW CONCORD, Ohio, April 7 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Ohio Governor Ted Strickland is planning to attend an April 17th celebration of John and Annie Glenn and their life together, according to officials of the John and Annie Glenn Museum Foundation.
John Glenn is a former United States Marine Corps pilot, astronaut and United States senator who was the first American and third person to orbit the Earth. He was born as John Herschel Glenn, Jr. on July 18, 1921 in Cambridge, Ohio. Glenn met a girl named Anna Margaret Castor during his public schooling, and together they played in the school band. Glenn finished high school and studied chemistry at Muskingum College. He then went on to earn his private pilot's license in 1941. On April 6,...
- totally perplexed and mixed up.