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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
STAMWALK blog - John O’Groats...
Follow Tim's STAMWALK from John O’Groats to Land’s End, starting 27th July....
Online therapy trial has started
BSA Chair Tim Fell reports on the progress of our pilot programme with Airedale...
Stammering and Baclofen
Stammering (also known as stuttering) is a neurodevelopmental condition which...
Foreign language learning and stammering...
Ronan Miller is a PhD Candidate in Spain, researching how anxiety affects people...
STAMWALK - John O’Groats to Land’s...
Get involved in this walk through Britain to raise awareness of stammering....
BBC Listening Project: 'Time to...
Wendy and her therapist Christine discuss how Wendy has become more open 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...
'Adventures of a Stuttering Superhero:...
Children under 5
Book review by Cherry Hughes, BSA Education Officer. Kim lives in Canada so...
BSA library: 'Cluttering: Current...
We have now added this book on cluttering by Yvonne van Zaalen & Isabella...
Radio: The Why Factor (BBC World...
Radio programme about stammering, available online. Broadcast February 2017....
Children age 4-9 who stammer: research...
Children under 5
A student needs help in finding participants for research into stammering as...
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