National Stuttering Association:

WMU-Kalamazoo Chapter

Welcome to the WMU-Kalamazoo Chapter of the National Stuttering Association (NSA)!

The WMU-Kalamazoo NSA chapter is a support group that welcomes all people who stutter or have a special interest in stuttering. We get together once a month to socialize, and discuss stuttering-related topics in an open and supportive environment.

Please explore the website to stay informed on upcoming events, or find out what we’ve been doing at past meetings.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us.

Thank you for visiting and we hope to see you at one of our upcoming meetings or events!

Why should you come to meetings?

“I get to meet others who stutter.”

“It helps me realize that I am not alone in my stuttering.”

“I can share personal experiences with others who stutter.”

“It is an environment where I can feel comfortable stuttering.”

“I don’t have to ‘explain’ what stuttering is to everyone here.”

“I can be free to hear and discuss different points of view about stuttering.”

-Comments from members when asked why they come to meetings

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Our Monthly Recaps

September 2017 Recap

In September’s meeting, we played an icebreaker game called “most deprived.” Everyone took about a dozen beads, and would start by stating something they had never done before, such as “I’ve never had a cavity.” Everyone who has had...

June 2017 Recap

In June’s meeting, we wrote each other anonymous questions about the future, and then posed them to the group. We then dived into the past, reading and discussing the story of Demosthenes, an ancient Greek orator who (probably) stuttered. Taking a cue from...

May 2017 Recap

This past month at our meeting we began with a discussion of Porky Pig as a popular representation of a character who stutters. Then, we created social circles and examined the level of support we experienced in each circle, as well as difficulties communicating...