NSA Family Radio

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The National Stuttering Association (NSA) Family Radio is an online support group for kids and teens who stutter, and their parents.

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This radio show will include a discussion among parents of children who stutter and Judy Butler, Board Recognized Specialist in Fluency Disorders, about the evolving relationship between families and therapists. Issues such as the... more

Are you one of the many people who stutter (or who don't) who had a phenomenal, life-changing time at this year's NSA conference in Scottsdale, AZ?! Be sure to call in to the live teen radio show on August 19th and tell us... more

"Brian Jason Woo is a young adult who stutters and has grown into a whole new world of confident stuttering by practicing and performing improv! Improvisation, performing, and talking on a stage in front of an audience is something that can... more

Join NSA Family Radio teen hosts, Miranda Smith and Steve Ernst, as they interview and chat with Cameron Francek, a person who stutters who is determined to spread the word about stuttering each day for 100 days! By... more

What do you do when your child who has relied on you for guidance and support for almost everything, in particular how they manage, share information and educate others about their stutter, decides they don't need you as often or even... more

The IEP (Individualized Education Plan) process can be an overwhelming experience for parents. Once the IEP is in place, annual meetings can also leave parents feeling confused and unsure if their child who stutters is receiving the... more

We are not the only ones that face the journey of stuttering, our parents do also. Learn how parents of teens who stutter cope with the journey of having a child who stutters, the challenges they have faced, and their thoughts on stuttering.... more

Are you comfortable being a person who stutters? It's a question everyone faces, and the answer can change from situation to situation for even the most confident stutterer! TAC Member Bryan Castro and Daniel Koscinski join us to share their... more

Join the Teen Advisory Council chairperson, Miranda Smith, as she interviews Caryn Herring, a star from MTV's "True Life: I Stutter", and Brtini Bicknaver, an amazing young woman who recently decided to become overt about stuttering,... more

While some musicians tend to be quiet, the musicians of the NSA are definitely not! This radio show will give you the opportunity to meet musicians from across the country that stutter and hear how they integrate their speech and music,... more
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