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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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...
The International Stuttering Awareness Day Online Conference is coming! We're still wrapping up details for this year, but we will be calling for papers soon! Never done it before? No sweat! Just put together a few words, record a video or do something creative and let us know! In this month's eNewsflash, there is also heaps of stuff about what we're doing, upcoming conferences and what's going on in the IFA, who are holding their own congress soon in Lisbon. Happy reading!
What shall we give the 1000th like? Only 5 more to go! A place in the stutterers h-h-h-hall of fffffame? Any ideas?
February 2015 already! We're excited to tell you about some of the new strategies the ISA is investigating, and you can help! Check out the details below. There's also a few details about the ISA World Congress in 2016 in America, hope you can make it!
Here's the latest eNewsflash from the ISA! Wishing you all a Merry Christmas, Bada Din Mubarak Ho, Joyeux Noël, Feliz Navidad, Chuc Mung Giang Sinh and Gesëende Kersfees!
You can read the latest eNewsflash at the link below, stay up-to-date with the goings on in ISA!
It's International Stuttering Awareness Day! If you haven't checked out the Online Conference, go to the link below, there's lots of papers, lots of questions to experts and a lot of discussion!
What did you do for International Stuttering Awareness Day?