The British Stammering Association (BSA) provides information, resources and support to those who stammer and anyone affected by stammering, including parents of children who stammer, teachers and employers.
The BSA is a registered charity (no. 1089967).
There’s lots of information about stammering on their website at www.stamma.org stammer, stories from people who live with stammering. There’s an events calendar www.stamma.org/connect/events , which includes links to local groups and wider online communities. There is also an online support groups for parents.
They run a helpline and webchat support. Their support is free, confidential and anonymous. The services are staffed by people who understand stammering. They will listen, help find information, answer questions, talk through concerns and options, including for speech & language therapy and courses to support people who stammer.
Helpline and webchat are both open weekdays 10am-12pm and 6pm-8pm. Call free on 0808 802 0002 or webchat at www.stamma.org/get-support/talk-to-us You can also email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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