The British Stammering Association (BSA) offers support to all whose lives are affected by stammering.
They offer a helpline that you can contact if you'd like to chat to someone, or perhaps just need a bit of telephone practice before making a difficult call. The BDA is the place to turn to when you're looking for answers, or for support when talking is hard.
They have two specialist websites for parents of school-age children who stammer:
You can also contact the BDA’s education officer, Cherry Hughes, through their Education helpline.
While stammering can be lonely, it's also true that mutual support from others who stammer can be very beneficial. The BSA holds the stammering community:
• Through membership of the Association
• Through public events such as open days and a national conference
• Through online communities such as Facebook and Twitter