Websites with Great Information
A non-profit 501(c)(3) organization offering expert speech therapy and community support for people of all ages who stutter.
FRIENDS is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to providing support and education to young people who stutter, their families, and professionals, through annual conferences, one-day workshops, and outreach.
The International Stuttering Association (ISA) is a not-for-profit, international umbrella association made up primarily of national self-help associations for people who stutter.
The NSA is the largest non-profit organization in the world dedicated to bringing hope and empowerment to children and adults who stutter, their families, and professionals, through support, education, advocacy, and research.
SAY: The Stuttering Association for the Young is a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides support, advocacy, and life-changing programs for young people who stutter, ages 3-18.
Spero Stuttering, Inc. is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization under section 501(c)(3). We are here to help, empower, and advocate for the stuttering community and their families by equipping those who work with people who stutter.
STAMMA, the British Stammering Association, is the UK national charity for people who stammer (or stutter) and those that support them.
The Stuttering Foundation provides free online resources, services and support to those who stutter and their families, as well as support for research into the causes of stuttering.
The Stuttering Scholarship Alliance provides scholarships to persons from underserved communities who stutter so that they can get the speech therapy they need. We also offer scholarships for speech therapists to receive training.
Practical speech & stuttering assessments, therapy guides, activity books, and expert training materials for speech-language pathologists and caregivers of people who stutter.
The Stuttering Home Page is dedicated to providing information about stuttering and other fluency disorders for both consumers and professionals who work with people who stutter.
Podcasts for Inspired Listening
A show about changing how we understand and talk about stuttering, one conversation at a time.
A podcast aimed at bringing awareness to all things stuttering and communication! This podcast is run by a teenager with a stutter, who wants to spread the message and share stories of others with communication conditions
Some Stutter, Luh! This podcast aims to rebuild confidence and hope for people who stutter by dismantling stuttering myths, stigma, stereotypes, and barriers.
Stutter. Podcast. Repeat. is like sitting at the Sanchez family table: there will be heartfelt conversations, humorous segments, and deepened relationships as David & Mama Sanchez open up about all things stuttering and family.
Relevant and accessible learning opportunities - clinical discussions, research updates, and special segments from The Stuttering Foundation.
StutterTalk® is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to talking openly about stuttering. StutterTalk is the first and longest-running podcast on stuttering. Since 2007 we have published more than 700 podcasts which are heard in 180 countries.
Life is too short to hold back from speaking freely and living with purpose. Join host, Uri Schneider, as he explores and learns from the true stories of real-life heroes in the world of stuttering and beyond. We explore the challenges, triumphs, and most of all, how to transcend stuttering and discover our best self.
A woman who stutters invites other women who stutter to share their stories on living with stuttering, including the fears, shame, challenges, and triumphs.
Social Media Accounts to Follow
@aisstutter - https://www.instagram.com/aisstutter/?hl=en
@brown.cub.speech - https://www.instagram.com/brown.cub.speech/?hl=en
@cadencespeech - https://www.instagram.com/cadencespeech/?hl=en
@friendswhostutter - https://www.instagram.com/friendswhostutter/?hl=en
@infinitehorizonspeech - https://www.instagram.com/infinitehorizonspeech/?hl=en
@isa_stutter - https://www.instagram.com/isa_stutter/?hl=en
@marcwinski - https://www.instagram.com/marcwinski/?hl=en
@martha_speech - https://www.instagram.com/martha_speech/?hl=en
@mystutterandi - https://www.instagram.com/mystutterandi/?hl=en
@sayorg - https://www.instagram.com/sayorg/?hl=en
@schneiderspeech - https://www.instagram.com/schneiderspeech/?hl=en
@stammauk - https://www.instagram.com/stammauk/?hl=en
@stutteringalliance - https://www.instagram.com/stutteringalliance/?hl=en
@stutteringfdn - https://www.instagram.com/stutteringfdn/?hl=en
@stutteringtherapyresources - https://www.instagram.com/stutteringtherapyresources/?hl=e
@the_stutterverse - https://www.instagram.com/the_stutterverse/
@westutter - https://www.instagram.com/westutter/?hl=en
Books Worth a Read
For most of his life, James has stuttered. As a means of processing his story and accepting his stutter, James decided to write a series of open letters to those who have been or will be on his journey with stuttering. These letters provided an honest and vulnerable look into the heart and mind of a person that stutters.
Living with Stuttering is for anyone with an interest in speech disorders—and anyone with a general interest in the human experience. Ken St. Louis neatly and thoroughly explains the current state of thinking and practice, and some of the history that has brought the profession to this point. The book presents the personal testimonies of 29 people whose lives have been to some degree shaped by stuttering—stories of humor and heartbreak, acceptance and rejection, and the ability of an individual to define and achieve his/her own standard of success.
Out With It is an anthology of expertise and experience that sheds light on an ancient problem that today affects 60 million people worldwide. It is a heartwarming memoir and a journalistic feat, a story about understanding yourself an learning to embrace the voice within.
Stammering Pride and Prejudice brings together new, empowering voices and opinions on stammering into one accessible text. Combining personal narrative, art, and disability theory, we document how society has historically disabled people who stammer and the diverse ways in which people have created novel and exciting understandings of their speech.
This book reflects a wide range of experiences and knowledge found in the stuttering community and includes 25 chapters written by people who stutter and leading professionals.
Author, Daniele Rossi, who stuttered since he was four years old, shares his stuttering survival tips, stories, experiences, humor, and original comics to guide you in turning your speech into a superpower. Enjoy the freedom of saying what you want to say no matter how much you stutter!
Voice Unearthed frees us from the pointless, painful chore of counting speech errors and reminds us to keep our eyes on what truly matters. It's also a wake-up call for parents, professionals, and the entire field of speech therapy -- and a reminder to "first do no harm."
Blogs Worth a Read
In this blog, speech-language pathologist Allegra Michael, MA CCC-SLP interviews prominent people who stutter about their experiences with stuttering.
STAMMA, or the British Stammering Association, has a blog featuring submissions by people who stutter.
The documentary follows five kids who stutter ages 9 to 18, from all over the United States, who after experiencing a lifetime of bullying and stigmatization, meet other children who stutter at an interactive arts-based program, The Stuttering Association for the Young, based in New York City.
WHEN I STUTTER is a documentary that reveals the humanity that exists within an often mysterious malady. Over the course of 4.5 years, 19 people shared stories about how stuttering has impacted their lives. These stories run the gamut of human emotion - Some are dark, some are funny and others are triumphant.