Elementary School-Age Kids (NSAKids)

Just For Kids Who Stutter…

Sometimes being a kid who stutters can feel very lonely. The NSA is here to let you know you are not alone! There are approximately 3 million people who stutter living in the United States. Although you may not know very many people who stutter (maybe you’ve never met even one other person who stutters!), but they are out there; they have experienced many of the same feeling and challenges you are experiencing right now and they are ready to help!

Letting Go  is a newsletter published by the NSA that contains info specifically for kids and teens who stutter, their parents, SLP’s and anyone else who loves and supports them. The articles are written by people in the NSA and staff who share their stories and experiences with the hope of helping and supporting others. Letting Go is available on-line, however if you wish to receive a hard copy please contact the national office at info@westutter.org.


Games & Activities
Print off these activities and share* with your parents, siblings,and friends, or complete them with your speech-language pathologist!

*For personal use only. Please contact us regarding distribution.

Learn About Stuttering
Being a kid who stutters can be challenging and difficult sometimes. Stuttering is one of those things that not many people understand. You can learn more about stuttering and help other people understand it better, too. Click on the links below to become a stuttering “expert”! 

NSA Family Chapters
The NSA offers two types of youth support groups: NSAKids groups for children from 7-12 years old, their parents and SLPs, and TWST (Teens Who STutter) groups for teenagers 13-19 years old. Find a local Youth NSA support group near you!

NSA Events

Situations that Can Be Stressful

Be sure to check out all of our NSA FAMILY PROGRAMS!