Connect with us and the stammering community online.
Follow us on Twitter and use @stammer.
The BSA Facebook Support Group
Moderated by BSA staff and volunteers, the BSA Facebook group is a space where people can share experiences, ask for advice and talk openly about stammering. It's a 'closed' group, so any posts made in the group are only seen by group members.
The Young BSA Facebook Group
Affiliated with but not overseen by the BSA, this is a closed Facebook support group for ages 18 to 30.
UK Network for Parents of Children who Stammer
A Facebook group for parents of children who stammer to support one another and share their experiences, thoughts and ideas.
Women Who Stammer
A supportive closed Facebook group run by a diverse group of women who stammer, for women who stammer.
Women Who Stutter: Our Stories
A closed Facebook group for women who stammer to share their experiences.
A Facebook group for LGBT+ people who stammer and their allies.
Follow us on Instagram and use @stammauk.
'Oh and on that note...'
In association with the Scottish Stammering Network. 'Get some people around a table, some of whom happen to have a stammer, and chat nonsense. We raise current news topics and link them to something we ACTUALLY want to talk about.'
A US-based podcast 'dedicated to talking openly about stuttering.'
Women Who Stutter: Our stories
Inspiring interviews with women who stammer from all over the world.
Group video calls
Message Boards and Forums
A Reddit forum around stammering. You will need a Reddit account to take part.
Neuro-Semantics of Stuttering
This Yahoo group focuses on neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) and neuro-semantic tools. You will need a Yahoo account to join.
If you know of any other websites or groups you find helpful, let us know. Email firstname.lastname@example.org