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UK sources of information and / or support

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British Stammering Association

Offers information and advice to all stammerers, be they children, teenagers, or adults, plus information about the British Stammering Association (BSA) and its activities.

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Association For Research Into Stammering In Childhood

ARSC is a charity which was set up to support the specialist speech and language therapy service which is offered at the Michael Palin Centre for Stammering Children in London.

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The Stammer Trust

Aims to support the treatment of stammering, and research of stammering, within the United Kingdom.

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Dominic Barker Trust

The Dominic Barker Trust, a charity called Dom's Fund, has been set up for research into stammering.

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National Special Interest Group Disorders of Fluency

A group of UK Speech & Language Therapists interested in sharing information about fluency disorders. The group is primarily for Speech & Language Therapists but their website has some useful information for the general public.

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The Fluency Trust

Aims to help people who stammer to communicate confidently by providing specialist speech and language therapy to enable people who stammer to achieve their full potential.

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Information from NHS Choices - the government's patient information portal.

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More detailed medical information

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