Workman Nydegger Shareholder John Guynn will be joining four other local professionals to speak at The Wasatch Children’s Stuttering Management Program on August 11th at the University of Utah. This week long treatment program is designed to provide children in various economic situations with the coaching needed to manage their stuttering in real world situations. At the end of the program, participants will hear from Mr. Guynn and four other professionals who have succeeded in spite of stuttering.
Mr. Guynn’s passion for overcoming stuttering led him to start a private foundation to assist poor children who are unable to afford therapy. Over the past seven years his foundation has given out more than $20,000 in scholarship funds. To learn more about The Wasatch Children’s Stuttering Management Program and resources for other communication disorders, please visit www.wasatchspeech.com.
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