Skip to main content

Centre for Stammering Children

The Gerald and Gail Ronson Family Foundation has been instrumental in the creation of Michael Palin Centre for Stammering Children. The Centre was officially opened in 1992 as a joint initiative between the then Association for Research into Stammering in Childhood (ARSC) and the then Camden & Islington Community Health Services NHS Trust.

The Centre offers a highly specialist service to children and young people who stammer from all over the UK and currently employs 13 full- and part-time specialist speech and language therapists who are supported by an administrative team.