Stammering Self-Empowerment Programme

The British Stammering Association (BSA)

The BSA is the main UK registered charity for people who stammer. It is a key source of information for stammerers, speech and language therapists, and teachers who work with children who stammer.

The BSA also have their own Facebook page:

Related Links

Useful sources of background information about stammering

Education and self help for people who stammer

The Wikipedia Article

This article is objective and well written and provides a concise assessment of what is currently known about the nature and causes of stammering. It also provides an outline of a range of approaches to therapy. A more detailed Wikipedia article that focuses entirely on therapy is can be found at:


                                            The Stuttering Homepage is maintained by Minnesota State University in the USA. It is dedicated to providing information about stuttering and other fluency disorders for both consumers and professionals who work with people who stutter. It includes information about research, therapy, support organizations, resources for professors who teach fluency disorders courses, materials for kids who stammer, and much more. In October each year the Stuttering Homepage also hosts the International Stuttering Awareness Day (ISAD) Online Conference.

The ISAD archive can be accessed here:

The Stuttering Homepage

                                 The Stuttering Foundation (SFA) 


                                 The SFA are based in the USA. They are the first and the largest non-profit charitable organization in the world working toward the prevention and improved treatment of stammering. The SFA provide a wide range of high quality written and video resources and information, both for children and adults who stammer, as well as for clinicians who specialise in stammering.

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