Stuttering 101: 5 Resources for SLPs to Share with Parents

A very important component of stuttering therapy is communicating with and teaching parents. They are the student’s biggest advocate and can have a significant impact on progress. We want them on our team!

That said, it’s not an easy road for them to navigate. Here are some resources that I’ve found over the years:

1. The Stuttering Foundation

The Stuttering Foundation offers a free page filled with incredible resources. They have videos, handouts, brochures, and more! The “What Happens in Therapy” and “Tips for Parents” handouts are great!

2. National Stuttering Association

The National Stuttering Association also has an amazing resource page for parents. They have resources for Stuttering 101, Stuttering Therapy, Phases of Stuttering, How to Support My Child, and Advice for Challenging Situations.

3. Friends Who Stutter

Friends Who Stutter offers videos and links to blog posts on their “For Parents” page.

4. StutterTalk Podcast

StutterTalk is a podcast that talks about stuttering. They interview people who stutter, and it’s a great way for parents to learn more!

5. Stuttering Therapy Resources Bullying Workbook

This workbook isn’t free, but it is such a great resource.

It’s so good that I’ve even re-purposed it to use with a student who was getting bullied for other reasons.

And that’s a wrap! I hope you were able to find some helpful resources for your parents!

Have any other favorite resources? Leave a comment below to share the wealth with other SLPs!

Bonus Tip: If you’re struggling to answer parents’ questions, Chapter 10 of the School-Age Stuttering Therapy guide includes GREAT sample questions and answers.


Hi there! I'm Marisha. I am a school-based SLP who is all about working smarter, not harder. I created the SLP Now Membership and love sharing tips and tricks to help you save time so you can focus on what matters most--your students AND yourself.

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  1. Nina Reeves says

    Hi Marisha! Thanks for including our resources at Stuttering Therapy Resources, Inc. I want to also share that we have a FREE RESOURCES page, ( as well as a Blog ( that has many more thoughtful responses to FAQs we get from our colleagues.
    Thank you for posting about stuttering resources! We are heading into National Stuttering Awareness Week May 6-13), so it’s great timing!
    Hope you are doing well and enjoying the transition to “almost summer!”

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