Whether you are a person who stutters, the family member or friend of a PWS, or just an ally to PWS who has a special interest in stuttering, we are here for you! The NSA is here to connect you to information, others who stutter, and SLPs (Speech-Language Pathologists) who specialize in stuttering. Get started by looking through the following links!

Need more information? Feel free to contact us. You are not alone!

  • NSA Family Programs

    If you, or someone in your family stutters, you are not alone! NSA Family Programs supports young people who stutter by providing resources for the whole family and others in…

  • College/Young Adult

    You’ve graduated high school…now what? You may be going to college or maybe starting a new job. You might move out of your parent’s house or may be hitting the…

  • Adults

    For adults who stutter, achieving better communication and coping strategies to manage their stuttering may be a lifelong process. Therapy helps many people who stutter modify their speech, yet maintenance…

  • Speech-Language Pathologists (SLP)

    Stuttering is a complicated disorder, and treating stuttering can be a challenging task. For this reason, many speech-language pathologists (SLPs) report that they are not comfortable with their skills for…

  • Researchers

    We are advancing both knowledge and understanding of stuttering through our support of research. As the largest stuttering support organization in North America, with access to large numbers of individuals…

  • Information for Employers

    Because stuttering affects the speech of one out of every 100 adults, employers are likely to encounter people who stutter in the work force or among job applicants, however... Stuttering…

  • Educators Can Help Children Who Stutter!

    At the National Stuttering Association, we recognize the central role that teachers and other educators can play in shaping the lives of young children. Often, we receive calls from teachers…

  • Educating Pediatricians

    One of our main objectives at the National Stuttering Association is to provide support and educational resources about stuttering to pediatricians and family physicians. These medical professionals are in a…