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The Lidcombe Programme: parent and therapist’s views
01 December 2013
What is the relationship between stuttering and anxiety?
01 May 2005
The dreaded job interview: secret tips from an employer for people who stammer!
01 April 2005
Using The Telephone
03 January 2000
A transforming experience at Toastmasters
'Art of Communication'
Images of stammering
Camp Say 2015
At a US camp for children who stammer
Oxford Dysfluency Conference 2014 videos
Speech therapy in prison: the therapist’s...
Prison / police / youth justice
Steph Burgess, SLT, gives her view of working with Mark in prison using telemedicine.
'First Person Shooter' by Cameron...
BSA's librarian John Ford introduces two new books in the BSA library. Both...
DHL stammering awareness posters
Employers Stammering Network (ESN)
DHL, the global logistics company, has now produced posters to raise awareness...
How do we talk about stammering?
BSA Trustee Patrick Campbell has written an interesting and challenging blog...
'Employable me' TV opportunity
Are you interested in taking part in a TV programme which helps people into...
Train tickets released for BSA...
This weekend (11-13 June), train tickets for the 2016 BSA Conference will be...
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'My Journey, My Voice' exhibition
Christine Birney featured in an RCSLT exhibition in the Northern Ireland parliament...
The Stammerers Through University...
Undergraduate Claire Norman introduces her project that aims to support students...
Virtual reality therapy
Giving a talk to an animated audience in a virtual reality lecture theatre....
'Exploring Fluency in Down Syndrome',...
Review by Ben Bolton, SLT, of Monica Bray's new book 'Exploring Fluency in Down...
A day for everyone - London Open...
The BSA London Open Day attracted over 100 participants. The Organising Committee...
Chris Timms is looking for people who stammer to form an amateur choir in London....
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