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The science of stammering
12 April 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
South Wales Stammering Network
DHL stammering awareness posters
A transforming experience at Toastmasters
'Art of Communication'
Images of stammering
‘Unspoken’ play: review
Film & theatre
Speech and language therapist Kathryn Bond reflects on a new play about stammering,...
Fundraising in the Falklands
On 5 May 2017 around 70 military personnel in the Falklands from across all...
House of Lords reception - BSA...
A House of Lords event on 11th July celebrated BSA’s work in supporting children...
'Unspoken': media coverage of new...
Film & theatre
'Unspoken', a play about stammering, premiered at The Carriageworks theatre...
New City Lit course prospectus...
City Lit London
City Lit's prospectus of courses for adults who stammer from this September...
Researchers in the United States are conducting an international survey about...
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‘Speaking Out’ by Ed Balls:...
‘Speaking Out’ is a new book by Ed Balls, the former Education Secretary,...
The Stammerers Through University...
Undergraduate Claire Norman introduces her project that aims to support students...
For artist and author Mikey Cuddihy, growing up with a stammer produced artefacts...
BSA survey for parents of children...
Children under 5
Our education officer Cherry Hughes would love to hear the views of parents...
Review of brain research
A review has been published of research into how the brains of adults and children...
‘Snow, White’ by Keith Austin
Teens & young adults
Book review by Cherry Hughes, BSA Education Officer. This is a contemporary...
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