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A series of posters created by Abed Ahmed, Mr ST @stammer_teacher, on what stammering is and what you can do to support young people who stammer. Abed is a teacher with a stammer who helps young people who stammer. Abed has given us permission to share these posters on the Sheffield...

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Cluttering is the term used to describe a speech pattern that can often sound disorganised, rapid, jerky or contain unclear speech. For most clutterers, their speech does sound fluent and intelligible, and they might not realise that others struggle to understand them. Cluttering is when someone’s...

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What is stammering? “Stammering is when someone repeats, prolongs, or gets stuck on sounds or words. There might also be visible tension as they work to get the words out” (British Stammering Association). Stammering and stuttering are the same thing. Cluttering is a similar difficulty to...

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Are you a teacher who has a pupil who stammers? Some people get nervous when a child stammers, because they worry that they need to help them but don’t know what to do. Don’t worry. There is nothing wrong with children who stammer, it’s just the way they talk. They might get a little...

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