Video & Audio

A young man looking at the computer

Check out these video and audio resources to help with stammering.

For people who stammer


Stambassadors: Check out this series of videos featuring people talking about their jobs, their career and their stammer. Stambassadors was set up by Action for Stammering Children and aims to encourage young people to think big when considering career choices.

The actual King's speech, 3rd Sept 1939


Slow Prolonged Speech: An audio file and accompanying leaflet helping you to learn this fluency shaping technique. Produced by the BSA in the early 1990s.

Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) exercise for people who stammer: An audio file from Bob Bodenhamer, co-founder of the Society for Neuro Semantics.

For parents

If you are a parent looking for help for your child, see our For Parents page.

Has your pre-school child started stammering?

Should I be worried?

Is it my fault?

How to help part 1: What you're trying to achieve

How to help part 2: Talking to a child who stammers

How to help part 3: Becoming comfortable with your child's stammer

How to help part 4: One-to-one time with your child

How to help part 5: How to talk about stammering

Read written transcriptions of our parent videos here.

7 tips for talking with a child who stammers

The video below was made by the Stuttering Foundation and features leading therapists who work with children who stammer:

For people who don't stammer


'Things not to say to someone who stammers': Short video made by the BBC. 

A woman and a man sitting at a desk, talking


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