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Treatment of early stuttering: the Lidcombe Program
01 March 2002
New evidence for treating young children with the Lidcombe Program
01 September 2005
The Stammerers Through University Campaign (STUC)
15 April 2014
20 December 2013
Channel 4’s First Dates
What does BSA want from research into stammering?
Hitting the big time
Jack Mitchell, drummer with Johnny Marr
Therapy and cuts
My recent experience of NHS therapy
Do you stammer? Participants wanted...
Researchers at the Department of Experimental Psychology University of Oxford...
New in the BSA members' library
The BSA members library is open to BSA members in the UK, and to UK qualified...
New Facebook group for young people
Teens & young adults
A brand new group, ‘The Young British Stammering Association Group’ (YBSA),...
Free online course launched by...
The Stammering Self-Empowerment Programme has just launched a free online course:...
When “I have a voice” becomes...
BSA member Mikey Tose reflects on his 7th BSA Conference, which took place on...
Stammer Trust: Grants towards treatment...
The Terence Barry Grant Award. Grants towards treatment or research in stammering....
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William's Award and Fundraising...
BSA Charity Dinner My name is William (age 8) my brother Oliver (age 5) and...
BSA member becomes continuity announcer
As part of its 'Born Risky: Alternative Voices' season, Channel 4 recruited...
Trudy's got the word out
Stammering Support Centre
Dr Trudy Stewart, who retires at the end of this month, is featured in a Special...
'Some wildlife secrets', by Hunter...
BSA member Hunter Adair invites donatations to BSA from readers of his new book.
New support group in South East...
A new group has started in Grove Park, SE12. www.meetup.com/There-Is-Hope/ It...
Army focus on support for stammering
Types of job
A soldier has spoken out on British Forces Broadcasting Services about his experience...
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