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These pages relate principally to Great Britain.

Information for business

Information for businesses and other organisations in relation to people who stammer, both as employees and customers.

BSA and the Employers Stammering Network (ESN)

The ESN, with enei, has produced an excellent guide for employers on stammering: Guide for employers: ESN and ENEI (link to stammering.org).

The Employers Stammering Network (ESN) was launched by British Stammering Association (BSA) in May 2013. It supports both employers and employees. See for example this article about lauching "It's OK to stammer" posters at global accountancy firm EY (Ernst & Young): Raising Awareness at EY (link to stammering.org).

Access / customer service

Making services accessible is my page for businesses, public authorities and other organisations on making adjustments for customers/clients who stammer.

More on employment

On this website

Examples of reasonable adjustments - these are aimed at both employers and people who stammer.

Otherwise, my employment section is primarily aimed at people who stammer, but will hopefully also be useful for employers.

Further external links

Occupational health article

In October 2010 an article by me was published in 'Occupational Health at Work' journal. You can download it here: Time to talk: Stammering in the workplace (pdf). The journal is published by the At Work Partnership.

Training providers

The following are providers which particularly address stammering and other communication disabilities.

Further sources of help and advice

Some listings on my Sources of Help and Advice page are relevant for businesses and other organisations, particularly:


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