About Selective Mutism
Please take some time to explore the site and learn about Selective Mutism (often referred to as ‘SM’), which can have a distressing effect not only on those with the condition but also on their families.
What is Selective Mutism?
Selective Mutism (SM) is an anxiety disorder which prevents those affected from speaking in certain situations, such as at school or in public.
SMIRA’s team consists mainly of volunteers who all have knowledge of selective mutism, whether as parents, professionals or from their own personal experience.
A range of resources to consider for parents and carers or those involved in treating Selective Mutism.
SMIRA Christmas Shop Now Open!
Family Fun Day
Saturday 1st June 2019
Headlands Adventure Centre, Ringwood, Hampshire, BH24 3PB
Relaxation, SM information & support, bug hunting, kayaking, crayfishing, nature, campfire, support
See News page for more details
Shine-A-Light Awards 2019 Nominations
For those of you in the UK: Nominations have now opened for the Shine-A-Light Awards 2019, which includes the Katie Rough Memorial Award for Selective Mutism.
Can we please ask you all to think hard about anyone who has gone out of their way to help your child over the last year, or perhaps a member of your team who has gone that extra mile, and consider whether they would be suitable for nomination.
We have until 20th December and you can find out more at:
This is a prestigious award – we need your nominations!
SMIRA Conference 2019
30th March 2019
Booking is now open for our 2019 conference (held in Leicester, UK).
Details and booking form here: