Sunday, February 10, 2013

Hello, My name is Cameron Francek and I am a person who stutters. I recently embarked on a personal mission to advertise my stuttering to a different person every day, for 100 days. This project, what I call 100stutterProject, is an effort to spread awareness about stuttering, educate and engage with a diverse group of people and to hopefully show how powerful advertising can be.

My hope is that at the end of these 100 days, I will have transformed into more of the communicator I’d like to be, while helping to make my community and beyond, more educated, accepting, and compassionate toward people and their challenges.

I would not have the level of acceptance, courage and confidence if it were not for the National Stuttering Association. Offering an incredible amount of support, the NSA has helped me to accept my stuttering mold me into the person I am today. The NSA is an organization in which provides support, friendship, and information to the stuttering community, instilling the sense of self-worth so often missing in the lives of those who battle this disorder.

During my journey, I have a goal of raising $1000 for this incredible organization. Please consider giving a small donation to help ensure the NSA can continue to help and support people who stutter, all around the world.

Please visit and my donation page


  1. You're amazing! Can't wait to read more!

  2. This is amazing. Our seven year old son was dx'd with severe stuttering last year. He gets speech therapy (504) weekly at his school. His classmates and the entire school know that he stutters and love him anyway! He's a brave little boy and I love hearing stories about how his life could be. Thank you for sharing your story so that we're not afraid to share ours.

  3. @3guysandagirl it's so great that your son has such a strong network of support. As awareness spreads and more people understand what stuttering is, it is my hope that every person who stutters will experience that level of acceptance where they can speak freely and be proud of their voice. Give my best to the little man!

  4. I will! I've recently posted a video of his first speech evaluation on my blog. It's amazing that he's come so far. I wanted to ask you a question, if I could? Does your stutter come and go? Logan's does. In the video, it was at its worst. Most often it is barely recognizable. We notice it become worse with anxiety (ie: holidays, vacations, school again after the summer break). The speech therapist said she doesn't know yet what his future holds as far as maintained fluency. I just wanted to hear your experience with consistent fluency vs. stutter. Thanks for any input! You can follow his journey at Best to you!

  5. I really think this is awesome!! I'm also someone who stutters and have also started a blog about my experiences with stuttering. Would love for you to check it out!

    Anyways, I've been trying to make a transformation also with my stuttering. Still learning a lot about it and could always learn more.