Groups are a great way to meet others who stammer, get support, get support and socialise.
Some groups are support or self-help groups where you can share your experiences and work on different things. Others are social groups that arrange meet-ups in pubs, coffee shops or restaurants. They all provide a space where you can build confidence and meet others in a safe, understanding environment.
See if there's a group near you from the list below. Click on each link for details of each group.
Birmingham Stammering Network
Brighton & Hove
Cardiff & South Wales
Lincolnshire: Grimsby, Cleethorpes & Scunthorpe
London (online group)
London Kings Speakers (Toastmasters)
Wokingham & Reading
Wyre & Fylde Parents Group
*Some groups are meeting online too and welcome people from outside their area — check out our Online Events Calendar to find online meetings.
The STAMMA — Space for Stammering group Our own Facebook group moderated by STAMMA staff and volunteers.
Adults New to Stammering Group
LGBTQ+ Safe Space
Parent2Parent Support Group for Parents
STAMMA at Work (Facebook group)
Stammering and Spirituality Safe Space
Stand Up to Stammering Group
University Students Who Stutter Group
Women Who Stammer Support Group
Young People 5-16 & Parents Group
STAMMA Striders Walking group in the North of England.
Set up your own group
If there isn't a group near you, why not start one up? It doesn't have to be a formal group if you don't want it to be. It's up to you. Email Vee at email@example.com to discuss the options.
Download our Guide for setting up a local group (see the attachment below) for useful ideas and tips.