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British Stammering Association
15 Old Ford Road
London, E2 9PJ
The British Stammering Association (BSA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to offering information, guidance, support, and resources to children, adolescents, and adults affected by stammering also known as stuttering. The mission of the BSA is to initiate and support research concerning stammering, identify and promote effective treatments, offer support to those whose lives are affected by stammering, and promote public awareness. To help fulfill its mission and objectives, the BSA is committed to improving information for professionals who work with young children to help eliminate stammering; helping teachers become more responsive to the needs of pupils affected by stammering; focusing attention on the employment difficulties of affected individuals; and providing a free, UK-wide, confidential telephone advice and counseling service. The BSA is also dedicated to coordinating mutual aid and self-help opportunities for members; campaigning for improvements in the National Health Service (NHS) stammering therapy provision; and improving public understanding of the difficulties faced by affected individuals and how they may be helped.
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