Reviews

‘Unspoken’ play: review
Speech and language therapist Kathryn Bond reflects on a new play about stammering,...
'Unspoken' play
‘Winning’ by Ellen-Marie Silverman
This book focuses on Jason Loring's teenage years, as he changes schools and...
'Winning' by Ellen-Marie Silverman
‘SheGate’ by Ellen-Marie Silverman
Book review by Paul Blythe. SheGate is the last book in the Jason Loring trilogy,...
'SheGate' by Ellen-Marie Silverman
‘Stuttering meets stereotype,...
Review by Rachel Everard, speech and language therapist at City Lit. As a person...
‘Stuttering meets stereotype, stigma and discrimination: an overview of attitude research’ by Kenneth O. St. Louis
'First Person Shooter' by Cameron...
BSA's librarian John Ford introduces two new books in the BSA library. Both...
'First Person Shooter' by Cameron Raynes
'Exploring Fluency in Down Syndrome',...
Review by Ben Bolton, SLT, of Monica Bray's new book 'Exploring Fluency in Down...
The King's speech play: review
Rob Coe gives his view of the new production and chats with Raymond Coulthard...
The King's Speech
Quentin Blake puts stammering in...
Susie Lloyd, an SLT working with children who stammer, interviewed Quentin Blake,...
Cover: 'The Five of Us' by Quentin Blake
Relief from stuttering: Laying...
Book review, by Erin Williams and Andrew Burton Speaking Out reader Erin Williams...
'Relief from stuttering' by Ellen-Marie Silverman

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