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Stammering and post-traumatic stress – some food for thought
24 November 2016
Channel 4’s First Dates
15 April 2014
The Lidcombe Programme: parent and therapist’s views
01 December 2013
The dreaded job interview: secret tips from an employer for people who stammer!
01 April 2005
'My Stammering Tap' from Hear in Hull
DHL stammering awareness posters
A transforming experience at Toastmasters
The science of stammering
Natwest advert withdrawn
BSA member Naheem Bashir showed that complaining can make a difference when...
New City Lit course prospectus...
City Lit London
City Lit's prospectus of courses for adults who stammer from this September...
Owen Simon: a recollection
BSA librarian John Ford remembers Owen Simon, a long-time member and supporter...
Poem by Theo
Teens & young adults
Theo, who is 14, is someone who stammers. When asked by his English teacher...
BSA's new Chief Executive
The BSA has a new Chief Executive, Jane Powell. Jane was previously Chief Executive...
New DVDs in BSA members library
New DVDS on genetic research, and for therapists on working with school-age...
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‘The way we talk’ – reducing...
Pride / Self-advocacy
Reducing stigma around stammering by how we use language. This discussion paper...
Guide for employers: ESN and ENEI
BSA's Employers Stammering Network (ESN) and ENEI have produced 'Understanding...
New self-help groups: Grimsby,...
We've added five new stammering self-help groups to the website in the past...
Cherry Hughes retires after 21...
Cherry Hughes is retiring at the end of May, after 21 distinguished years as...
London Marathon - support John...
John ran the London Marathon for BSA on Sunday 22nd April. He has raised over...
Change at the BSA
BSA's long-standing Chief Executive is leaving the charity to pursue new goals.
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