Other Stuttering Resources
Many organizations and other resources are available to help people who stutter and their families, as well as the speech-language pathologists who serve them. Following is a brief list of some of these resources:
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is the professional association for Speech-Language Pathologists. The ASHA website includes information about how to locate a speech-language pathologist as well as background information about a wide variety of communication disorders.
ASHA's Special Interest Group for Fluency Disorders provides advanced information and training for speech-language pathologists interested in stuttering, including newsletters, leadership conferences, and online networking and resources.
The American Board on Fluency and Fluency Disorders establishes standards for Board-Certification in Fluency Disorders. The website contains a list of specialists as well as a description of the specialty recognition process.
StutterTalk is a weekly podcast where the hosts talk openly about stuttering and interview people who stutter and leaders in the field.