ABOUT STAMMERING

Children

Stammering means that your words get stuck when you speak. About 5% of children stammer so, if you stammer, you are not alone.

You can get loads of information here about:

  • What is stammering?
  • Why do people stammer?
  • Who I can talk to about it?
  • How can I attend the MPC?
  • Top tips
  • What if I'm being teased?
Children

“The therapists’ professionalism and expertise made the whole difference. We felt that we were in very experienced and safe hands.”

  • What is stammering?
  • Why do people stammer?
  • Who I can talk to about it?
  • How can I attend the MPC?
  • Top tips
  • What if I'm being teased?

Helpline

020 3316 8100

Talk with an expert.

Get information and advice.

Our helpline is for parents or carers, children, young people or adults who stammer,  speech and language therapists, teachers, employers, GPs and other professionals.

Therapists man the helpline regularly during the week. Phone to find out when the next helpline slot is or email and a therapist will get back to you. Let us know if it is urgent.

 

 

Teachers

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