Ana Paula G. Mumy tells us about Camp Shout Out, for people who #stutter as well as clinicians "to learn, teach, and empower each other", causing an avalanche of transformation. #ISAD2015
Talking about #stuttering helps gain understanding, which is why the International Stuttering Awareness Day online conference was set up. Clinicians can be very helpful in the process. Heather Grossman and Carl Herder give exampel on how at this year's #ISAD2015.
#Stuttering not always has an early onset. Dr Claudia Bryant got a tumor at the age of 43 which caused her stutter. Read her story for the #ISAD15 at http://isad.isastutter.org/isad-2015/papers-presented-by-2015/stories-and-experiences-with-stuttering-by-pws/gaining-a-stutter-finding-my-voice/
Learn more about the ACT #stuttering therapy through a case study from Katie Gore's paper for this year's #ISAD2015 online conference.
Is control the solutions, or the problem? Read Hazel Percy's thought provoking theories and give her your thoughts. #ISAD2015
Gillian Rudd and Grant Meredith write, under the Research, Therapy and Support section, about challenges that the Speech and Language profession faces when attempting to promote its evidence-based practises and research to a diverse global audience. #ISAD2015
Are people who #stutter worthy of love, allowed to love and be loved? Read Annie Bradberry's paper for the International #Stuttering Awareness Day online conference. #ISAD2015
Tessa Byrd, Beth Baxley and David Shapiro share a case study of Psychogenic Acquired Stuttering for the International #Stuttering Awareness Day online conference. #ISAD2015
What is it like to be a Speech Language Pathologist who stutters? Read Dr David Shapiro's paper for the International #Stuttering Awareness Day online conference. #ISAD2015
What activities have you planned around the International Stuttering Awareness Day 22 October #ISAD2015 ?
Watch and listen to the heartly welcome by the ISA chair Keith Boss, opening the #ISAD2015 online conference at
And we're live!!! The International Stuttering Awareness Day Online Conference begins at isad.isastutter.org! The conference runs from October 1 and finishes on International Stuttering Awareness Day on October 22. Read and watch, ask and reply to what PWS, relatives and SLPs from all over the worlde have to say! We have comedy, cartoons, video, poetry, research and experts (SLPs and Mental Health professionals), so come and join us for this once a year event! #ISAD2015
Only three days until the International Stuttering Awareness Day Online Conference begins at isad.isastutter.org! The conference runs from October 1 and finishes on International Stuttering Awareness Day on October 22. We've had so many submissions this year, come and see what PWS and SLPs have to say! We have comedy, cartoons, video, poetry, research and experts (SLPs and Mental Health professionals), so come and join us for this once a year event!
Four days left untill the ISAD online conference opens up with loads of interesting papers with personal stories, therapies, scientific papers, videos, poems, you name it. Can't wait!
We've received so many papers for the ISAD online conference! We can't wait to put them online three weeks from now. Stay tuned.
From the NSA and The Mighty, probably an eyeopener for the regular speaking crowd!
Follow the link for the latest issue of the eNewsflash! Most importantly, International Stuttering Awareness Day Online Conference is coming soon! Submissions close August 31st but we are still interested in your stories, please share them with us and with the world! We are looking for a story, poetry, drawings, video and other ways of communicating your story.
Also in this edition, more news about the World Congress coming up next year, hope to see you in Atlanta!
In case you missed it, One Voice is now available! News from abroad and read about the goings-on in ISA. Enjoy!
You have an amazing story, why not share it? The International Stuttering Awareness Day Online Conference is coming soon. We're looking for people to participate, to share their stories and experiences, for speech-language professionals to give us some tips and spend some time sharing our stories! If you would like to participate, please get in touch with us at email@example.com. It is not hard to participate, see details at the link below to see how easy it really is! Please, get in touch with us soon!
And the winner is Fokou Berthold from Cameroon! Our 1000th like, thank you so much! Can we get to 1500 in 2015? Wait and see...