There is lots of information available online for people who stammer. We hope you find this useful – do let us know if you think something is missing.
- Guide on stammering for employers – new for Oct 2017
- Information and contact details for the Civil Service Stammering Network – updated May 2019
- Support for people in work
- Support for employers, recruiters and HR professionals
Therapy and courses
- General information on therapies, cures, electronic devices and apps
- City Lit – multiple specialised training courses for adults who stammer
- The McGuire Programme – a programme developed by Dave McGuire based on breath work and psychological techniques
Information for employers, law and the workplace:
- Equality and discrimination – creating fair workplaces
- Understanding disability discrimination
- Equality and diversity – how ACAS can help
- Employment: Statutory Code of Practice – The Codes are designed to provide detailed guidance to organisations about what the Equality Act means.
- Equality law and stammering in outline – a broad overview of the Equality Act 2010 as it applies to disability, with particular reference to stammering
- Is the stammer a disability? – how far a stammer counts as a ‘disability’ within the Equality Act 2010.
- Legal regarding stammering – examples of people who stammer successfully using the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 or Equality Act 2010 without going as far as a tribunal
Information for parents, teachers and health visitors who work with children and young people who stammer:
- Information for parents – under 5s and school age children
- Information for health visitors – including referrals
- Online training resources for teaching staff in primary and secondary schools (including Scotland)
- Information for teenagers, young adults and higher education
- Stammerers Through University Campaign – a great campaign to help university students who stammer