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National Stuttering Association
The National Stuttering Project
The National Stuttering Project (NSA) was founded over 20 years ago (1977) and is the largest support organization for people who stutter in the U.S. Their comprehensive Web site features information on NSA support groups across the U.S., information on forming and running a chapter, a complete illustrated list of NSP publications and videos, and a growing archive of articles on the technical and personal aspects of stuttering from the pages of Letting GO, the NSP's monthly newsletter, among a whole lot else.
http://www.nsastutter.org/ - Feb 17th 1999 - JMG

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Stuttering Foundation of America
Stuttering Foundation of America
The Stuttering Foundation provides free online resources, services and support to those who stutter and their families, as well as support for research into the causes of stuttering. The website contains a nationwide referral list of speech pathologist that specialize in stuttering, as well as brochures, other resources, and related information.
http://www.stutteringhelp.org - Mar 24th 2005 - KP

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The Veils of Stuttering
Darrell M. Dodge
This site mainly consists of articles and therapy for those who need help with their stuttering. Updated frequently and easy to navigate.
http://telosnet.com/dmdodge/veils/ - Apr 30th 1998 - VBH

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National Center for Stuttering
National Center for Stuttering
Provides detailed information about stuttering to the public in an easy-to-read format. Included are latest research findings, a current and continually evolving model of stuttering, and therapeutic approaches derived from the model. Answers to questions about stuttering are available through the Center's telephone hotlines and e-mail.
http://stuttering.com/ - Jun 19th 1998 - JMG

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Theories of Stuttering Development
Amy Lynch
A very small, one page guide on of stuttering devleopment.
http://webpages.marshall.edu/~lynch4/fluency.html - Aug 21st 1997 - DSC

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