Social media is a preeminent way to connect with others instantly both locally and across the globe. The National Stuttering Association offers a variety of ways to connect with others online to discuss the various aspects of stuttering, seek the advice of professionals or others in your situation, or simply make new friends who stutter or catch up with old friends. Connect over the internet with others who know how you feel. Groups get to know each other by asking questions, discussing tough issues, and finding answers to questions.
This is the first stop (after this website!) to find information about stuttering and to connect with other PWS and professionals. Check out photos of stuttering events, catch up with friends, old and new, and see what’s going on in the world of stuttering and the NSA in real time!
Twitter is a quick way to keep up to date on information about stuttering and to connect with other PWS and professionals.
The NSA YouTube channel is the place to view videos from our NSA’ers, staff, board members, and supporters related to stuttering.
Sign up for the free National Stuttering Association mailing list to receive the latest in news, events, store discounts, research and more regarding stuttering and the NSA. This is the primary mode of direct communication the members of the stuttering community.
The NSA Parents Facebook group is a closed, moderated group open only to the parents of kids, ‘tweens, and teens who stutter. This group offers parents a safe environment in which to share stories and trials, seek advice, and gain support from other parents of kids who stutter.
This is a closed, moderated group is open only to NSA Chapter Leaders, and serves as a place for them to connect, share ideas and stay in the loop! You can ask questions, start discussion or share information about your chapter that other CLs may benefit from.
The NSA TwST Facebook group is a closed, moderated group open only to teens (ages 13-19) who stutter to have a safe environment in which to share stories and trials, seek advice, and gain support from other teens who stutter.
The NSA Young Adults Facebook group is a closed, moderated group open to 20-somethings (ages ~20-30) who stutter to have a safe environment in which to share stories and trials, seek advice, and gain support from others who stutter.
Covert-S is the Yahoo! Group Listserv for the discussion of issues relating to and affecing covert PWS.
For more information on or to join any of these groups, click on the group name above. All groups are moderated closely by NSA staff to maintain a safe environment for discussion. Bullying, abuse, and solicitation will not be tolerated in any of our groups, and the offending member will be removed. For questions, comments, or to report any abuse within a group or page, please email Mandy Finstad, Social Media Coordinator for the NSA, at Mandy@WeStutter.org.