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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
‘Speaking Out’ by Ed Balls:...
‘Speaking Out’ is a new book by Ed Balls, the former Education Secretary,...
Talking about stammering - in the...
Here are three of the speeches given by people who stammer, both children and...
An evening to tweet about!
October 17th saw an event by the Stammering Network at Speaker's House, The...
‘Winning’ by Ellen-Marie Silverman
Teens & young adults
Book review by Rachel Everard. This book focuses on Jason Loring's teenage years,...
Starfish course in Middle East
Starfish Project volunteers recently held a course in Dubai, reports Anne Blight,...
Leadership Academy 2016-17
Disability Rights UK's Leadership Academy is a career development programme...
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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...
Shine a Light Awards 2016/17
The Shine a Light Awards are back for 2016/17. Do you know someone who is a...
‘Walking for Talking’
Family and friends
Growing up with a stammer was tough for Jamie, but his brother Dr AD Wilson...
Getting to grips with my stammer
Types of job
John Nottingham worked as an accountant for many years before seeing a Speech...
‘Shouting from the summits’
Kala Ramachandran introduces her book Shouting from the summits. Her mountaineering...
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