‘Reasonable access’ New link to www.reasonableaccess.org.uk, a small organisation led by disabled people. It wants to empower other disabled people in the UK to assert and enforce rights to access. I particularly like the page of County Court decisions on provisions of services, which normally get little publicity. Linked from my Disability discrimination links page. … Read moreWebsite updates July to August 2019
Friday 27th September 2019, at City Lit, London. ‘Stammering Pride and Prejudice’ challenges the stereotype that stammering is inherently negative. It positions stammering as a different, valuable and respected way of speaking. It will be the first published book exploring stammering from a social model perspective written for people who stammer and the general public, … Read moreStammering Pride and Prejudice: book launch
Employment stammering networks Some companies and organistions have networks of staff who stammer. There may be one in your employer, or you could start one up. They can provide support and networking with other employees who stammer, and may have links to management. See my new page Employment stammering networks. Examples of jobs People who … Read moreWebsite updates May to June 2019
From June 2019 this site has a more modern look. It also works much better on smartphones. For the past few months I’ve been busy moving this website onto WordPress, a modern open-source website platform. WordPress developed mainly for blogs but is now used for websites much more generally. My previous design was looking rather … Read moreThis site is now on WordPress!
Recent updates to this website. April 2019 Update of the three Vento bands for compensation for injury to feelings in employment cases. March 2019 Main post-16 page updated, including more on STUC (Stammerers Through University Consultancy), www.stuc-uk.org. Also Oral exams, and assessed presentations page updated with further adjustments to exams, from STUC conference in January … Read moreWebsite updates to April 2019