11 - 01 - 2018
For those of you who were lucky enough to watch ITV's School for Stammers on Tuesday 9th Jan, you may have seen our very own Greig Goldman, Project Director at Waterloo Station for Wessex Capacity Alliance.
School for Stammers featured a moving portrait of living with a stammer that followed amongst five others, Tony Robinson as they seek to try to conquer their stammer with the help of a vigourous coaching regime over four days.
Greig has suffered with a stammer since he was a child and through the McGuire Prgramme coaching methods used, he too can control his stammer and has succesfully done for years. Greig coached Tony for 50 hours to help him almost completley control his stammer through various breathing techniques and methods, selflessely giving up his personal time for free to help Tony overcome the stammer that he had too.
Since then Tony's stammer has been almost non-existant, so much so that he has performed Stand-up Comedy in his local pub. Great job Greig!
Were so proud of Greig and what he achieved in this Emotional and heart-moving programme. Well done Greig,
If you havent managed to watch the programme, you can catch up on the ITV's Hub here.