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The British Stammering Association – Talking About Stammering
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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
DHL stammering awareness posters
A transforming experience at Toastmasters
The science of stammering
Comic strips by @garethcowlin
Types of job
Gareth Cowlin's take on living with a stammer, in cartoons. Gareth teaches on...
Award for 'telehealth' stammering...
BSA Chair Tim Fell reports from the Guardian Public Service Awards where the...
Changing my inner game
Types of job
Rama Siva interviewed 20 entrepreneurs for his book ‘Rich Thinking’. In...
'Ordinary Champions' book
Manoj Agarwal is kindly donating to BSA all royalties from his new book 'Ordinary...
Help wanted for film about stammering
The film makers would like to hear experiences of people who stammer, and any...
Introducing Personal Construct...
Personal Construct Psychology (PCP)
Adele Pile describes the ideas behind PCP and how it can help people who stammer....
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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...
Stammering awareness stall at City...
Colin Day at City, University of London, reports on a stall they ran for International...
Stammering can feel quite like......
Stammering can feel quite like… online buffering. Do you agree? Join BSA free...
Dominic Barker Trust Christmas...
The Dominic Barker Trust, a charity funding research into stammering, has Christmas...
HEAR in Hull, Oct 2017 to Jan 2018
Video animation and events for this arts project to promote understanding of...
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