The following links are listed to provide you with helpful information. The following is not meant to be a comprehensive list, nor is it an endorsement of the content of the sites.
Speech and Language
This section of the National Institute of Health (NIH) run by the U.S. government provides up-to-date information regarding stuttering.
The National Stuttering Association in a non-profit network that organizes thousands of local support groups. They also hold an annual conference that is incredibly informative, and their website also contains a great deal of helpful and reliable information.
The mission of the Stuttering Foundation is to educate the public and provide no-cost and low-cost resources about stuttering. They have an incredibly informative website with many downloadable resources. They also sell books, pamphlets, posters, etc.
This is an incredible organization that provides resources and schedules meet-ups and conferences for children who stutter and their families. Attending these conferences and meetings is a wonderful way for your child to meet other children who stutter. If your child continues to stutter, I HIGHLY recommend going to one of the conferences or Friends events. It is incredibly powerful for a child who stutters to meet fellow children who stutter to gain a sense of “I am not alone.” It can also be very therapeutic for parents to attend support groups and meet other parents of children who stutter.