I have listed below some sites which you may find useful. I hope they might answer some of your questions but if they don’t then please feel free to Contact Me or the organisations themselves for further information.
This will give you information about support for children and families with speech and language difficulties. You can also download and print advice and information sheets on a range of communication difficulties
This will give you information about speech and language development and give you suggestions on how you can support your child.
This is a charity that helps children with speech and language difficulties. It provides information for parents as well as training and advice for teachers and other professionals.
The British Stammering Association supports individuals who stammer and their families. It has lots of information about stammering and how you can support your child.
The Michael Palin Centre for stammering has lots of information about stammering and courses that they run for parents, children and teenagers.
The Selective Mutism Information and Research Association is a Registered Charity supporting families and professionals involved in the upbringing of selectively mute children. There are free resources for families and other professionals too.
The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists. RCSLT is the professional body for speech and language therapy. Its aim is to promote excellence in practice and influence health, education and social care policies.
The Health Professionals Council. HPC is the regulatory body which ensures that all health professionals working with the general public meet specific standards.
The Association for Speech and Language Therapists in Independent Practice. Here you will find information about the association that supports independent Speech and Language Therapists.