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Embracing the “It is ok to stutter” mindset to find joy in speaking

BeneTalk's Founder and CEO, Jordi Fernandez, explains how embrace stuttering is the road towards find joy in speaking and be free of fear of speaking.

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My experiences as a child/young person who stutters

"I would have liked my teachers to have recognised my struggle and had a one-on-one conversation with me about how I felt and what could be done to make the situations easier."

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Should I talk about stuttering with my child?

"Our responses to stuttering can shape how a child views their speech, but of course, we aren’t the only people involved in their lives. Speak with relatives, family friends and nursery or school staff about stuttering."

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How do I feel about my child and their stutter?

"I know that growing up with a stutter, and being an adult with a stutter, can be challenging. It can be frustrating and other people aren’t always understanding. However, I feel I have achieved in my life, not despite my stammer, but because of it."

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User Story

BeneTalker: Blake's Story

BeneTalker, Blake, talks about how the BeneTalk app has supported him along his stuttering journey.

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How To Self-Advertise Your Stutter

While it may seem infinitely easier to not bring up your stutter in a conversation, self-advertising your stutter can help greatly with self-acceptance.

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BeneTalker: Luuk's Story

BeneTalk user, Luuk, writes about his journey with his stutter and how BeneTalk helped him learn more.

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Updates

From Wearable Speech Tracker To Mobile App

BeneTalk has changed. For those of you who have been following us for a while, you may remember that our initial focus was to create a discreet wearable speech tracker. This idea drove us to learn and progress. And then the BeneTalk app was born.

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How To Talk to Someone Who Stutters

5 things you can do when talking to someone who stutters: communication, after all, is a two-way street!

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