‘Tweens/Middle School

The NSA has recruited some amazing middle school-aged kids who stutter to help us design these pages just for you! Transitioning to middle school can be a fun time in your life where you might be making new friends and getting involved in different activities, but it can also a tough time since things are changing so fast. Teachers expect more from you than when you were in elementary school, you are meeting new people every day, and your stutter can sometimes be frustrating.

We hope that this page will help to inform you, explain how you can take control of your situation, and hopefully take some of the pressure off. Our goal is to help you connect with other people who are in middle school to let you know that you are not alone.

 

Stories & Photos

Family Voices

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

 

 

Caden tells us why he’s thrilled to be a part of the NSA!

 

Learn about Stuttering

Need to Talk? We’re here to listen.

Support

Stuttering at School

Advice for challenging situations

 

 

 

Cam fills us in on what it’s like to move and switch schools