National Stuttering Association: Austin Chapter

Welcome to the Austin Chapter of the NSA! We know that stuttering can be hard, and doing it on your own even harder. We firmly believe that when people who stutter come together to support and empower one another, great things happen. It is okay to stutter, even if you don’t believe us yet. Come to one of our meetings or events. You might find yourself grateful to be a part of this vibrant community. Please go to the info page for contact info and events page for upcoming events. If you are new we strongly encourage you shoot us email or call us.

Turning Points

Turning Points is a collection of essays from members of our Austin NSA chapter. Each month members of the NSA Austin Chapter meet at University of Texas with the goal of helping ourselves and helping others. This book captures what has been said and experienced at our meetings for more than a decade now: it is our way to speak to our families, our friends, and our coworkers. We all have things that we have to say. In this way, this book is a triumph for all of us in being able to be heard. Please take a look at the excerpt from the book on the right.

Monthly Meeting Recaps

August 2017 Meeting Recap

Hey everyone,   Our chapter met for our August chapter meeting last Tuesday, August 22. 7 members attended, including 5 people who stutter and 2 SLPs (and including one new member!)   We introduced ourselves and each talked about how our summer has been... read more

July 2017 Recap

Hey everyone, Last Tuesday, July 25, our chapter met for our formal monthly chapter meeting at the Lang Stuttering Institute. 7 members attended, including 6 people who stutter (PWS) and 1 SLP. We spent some time introducing ourselves in turn and sharing about what... read more

June 2017 Meeting Notes

Hey Everyone, June Meeting notes and future event notes below. Meeting notes Our chapter met for our monthly chapter meeting on Tuesday June 27th. Nine members attended, including 6 people who stutter, 2 SLPs, and 1 girlfriend. After reading the welcoming words, we... read more