UCL Stammering Self-Help Group
WHAT IS IT?
The UCL Stammering self-help group was set up in 2014 by Naheem Bashir in the Division of Psychology and Language Sciences.
This is a group for all people who stammer, not just people at UCL. Our group is an open space for anyone in London or anyone who wants to pop in and visit us, to talk about stammering in general and their own stammer. We share positive and less positive experiences, play speaking games and generally talk. It is an open environment, you can talk or not!
Anybody who stammers is free to attend. However, if you are a family member or friend of a person who stammers or you are a speech and language therapist or a researcher and would like to attend, please contact Naheem to discuss this further.
Meetings have been taking place regularly since December 2014. Meetings take place on the first Wednesday of every month, at the regular time of 6.30–8.30pm. Please click here to check and RSVP to upcoming meetings.
26 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0DS.
Room 448, 4th Floor of Geography/Psychology Building
HOW TO GET HERE
Here is a Google Maps link to the exact location of the venue.
The nearest tube stations are Russell Square (the closest one), Euston (second closest), Euston Square and Goodge Street.
In the foyer of the building at 6.20pm and we'll all go up together.
The group is endorsed by the Divisional Head of Administration (John Draper) and it is primarily for people who stammer.
People who stammer from outside University can apply to join the group (email Naheem Bashir). Since the group meets on university premises, a permanent member of staff, in this case Peter Howell, needs to take responsibility (security, risk assessment, room bookings, ethics etc.).