Australian Stuttering Research Centre launches new website

17 July 2009

The Australian Stuttering Research Centre at the University of Sydney has launched a new website which will allow the Centre to enhance its engagement with the community, health professionals and research partners.

The new site, at will assist the Centre to further its goals in establishing and disseminating knowledge about stuttering and its treatment. It includes tailored information on the condition and treatment options for adults who stutter, parents of children who stutter, adolescents and health professionals. It also houses information on the research of the Centre and volunteering opportunities.

The Australian Stuttering Research Centre (ASRC) was established in 1996 at the Faculty of Health Sciences' Cumberland Campus in Lidcombe, Sydney. Research at the ASRC is facilitated by close by close collaborative with the Stuttering Unit within the Bankstown Health Service, as well as a number of other domestic and international clinical research collaborations.