AMBI – Israeli Stuttering Association

AMBI – The Israeli Stuttering Association
PO Box 83352
Mevaseret Zion 90805

Phone: +971-2-6491907

AMBI coordinates the following activities:

  • Operating an information line, support and advice for people who stutter, their families, and the general public.
  • Visiting families, in order to explain what stuttering is, what it is not, and suggesting ways to manage successfully with and despite stuttering.
  • Educational activities, through which we give lectures to educators, schoolchildren, speech therapists, parent’s coaches, and more.
  • Support for parents of children who stutter through the Facebook group for parents
  • Support for families with young people who stutter through the “Friends” initiatives, in the context of which we organize events for families
  • Running the main AMBI Facebook group for people who stutter, their families and the general public, where we publish information about events, personal stories, and information about stuttering
  • Running the website
  • Holding events to mark International Stuttering Awareness Day (ISAD)
  • Conducting lectures on a variety of topics related to stuttering
  • Conducting workshops for people who stutter, such as workshops based on Byron Katie’s “The Work”
  • Contact with organizations of people who stutter around the world, including membership in the International Stuttering Association
Stuttering Home Page
ELSA – European League of Stuttering Associations
IFA – International Fluency Association
SFA – Stuttering Foundation of America
NSA – National Stuttering Association
BSA – British Stammering Association

In keeping with our mission of providing an open forum for the exchange of extensive and thought-provoking information about stuttering, the ISA Web site features links to a wide range of external sites. In offering such links, ISA does not take responsibility for the contents of external sites. Nor does ISA endorse any particular approach to dealing with stuttering.

As people who stutter, we are potential consumers of many treatment services and other programs, including ones from people who are not speech-language pathologists. As consumers, it is in our interests to look closely at the information that is out there and to keep in mind the concept of “Consumer Beware.”