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Here it is the guys (at last), the latest post from Diary of a Stutterer. I really hope enjoy reading it, and let me know what you think...http://diaryofastutterer.weebly.com/1/post/2014/04/would-you-challenge-yourself.html
Read the latest goings on in the ISA with the latest eNewsflash!
International Stuttering Association posted a link to Australian Speak Easy Association's timeline.
International Stuttering Association posted a link to NATIONAL STUTTERING ASSOCIATION's timeline.
Celebrating International Women's Day with discussion about women and stuttering.
The International Stuttering Association and Stutter Social will be celebrating International Women's Day with three special Hangouts on Air livestreamed on YouTube on Saturday, March 8, 2014. In honour of the special day, topics will cover the woman's experiences with stuttering, including the social pressures of being overt vs covert and what effect stuttering has on women's roles as daughters, mothers, sisters, and spouses.
It is said that 1% of the world's population stutters and 1 in 5 people who stutter are women. The three Hangouts will be facilitated by Stutter Social hosts Annie Bradberry, Pamela Mertz and Anita Blom. Each of them are prominent leaders in the worldwide stuttering community, contributors to the International Stuttering Awareness Day conference, and have overcome their personal challenges with growing up stuttering.
Each of the Hangouts on Air will be an hour long and will take place at various times throughout the day:
• 3 p.m. Central European Time (Stockholm, Sweden) hosted by Anita Blom
• 3 p.m. Eastern Time (New York, USA) hosted by Pamela Mertz
• 3 p.m. Pacific Time (San Francisco, USA) hosted by Annie Bradberry
The broadcasts can be viewed on the International Stuttering Association website and the Stutter Social YouTube channel. In addition to the panel of invited guests in the Hangout, viewers can participate by asking questions in the comments area on YouTube as well as on Twitter with the hashtag #pwschat.
We hope you'll celebrate International Women's Day with us!
A brilliant piece written by the latest contributor to Diary of a Stutterer, Jacqueline McMenamin. Take a moment out of your busy day to have a read http://diaryofastutterer.weebly.com/3/post/2014/02/my-spiritual-journey-with-my-stutter-buddy-by-jaym-mc.html
Follow the link below to read One Voice 36! See what's going on in the world of stuttering, with news and updates from ELSA, Australia, Japan, the Czech Republic, Canada, Pakistan and Chile!
The February 2014 eNewsflash has just been released, with news about the African Congress, ISA activities, work around stuttering therapies!
Hello ladies and gentleman, here is the latest post for you to all indulge in on this dreary Monday evening. It focuses mainly on change and what that brings with it. As always, sharing is appreciated and encouraged so just click the button: http://diaryofastutterer.weebly.com/1/post/2014/01/we-must-be-hatched-or-go-bad.html
Ludo Max, PhD, CCC-SLP, and Marty T. Nevdahl, MS, CCC-SLP, University of Washington, will be teaching a full-day course titled, Recent Progress in Understanding and Treating Stuttering: New Research Insights and Contemporary Treatment Strategies on March 6, 2014 at the 2014 Special & General Education Conference at the Grand Hyatt-Seattle. For details, go to https://www.rehabseminars.org/
You can read our Christmas edition of the eNewsflash at the link below! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all!
Keynote's - World Congress for People who Stutter online!!
From 10-13 June 2013, the 10th ISA World Congress for People who Stutter was organized in The Netherlands. To increase the range of the audience, video's were made of the keynotes. We will start by making the keynote of David Mitchell public. More keynotes will become available in the next weeks.
David Mitchell (IRL) was scheduled on the Monday-afternoon. More information about the congress, keynotes and many other presentations can be found at http://www.stuttering2013.com
November eNewsflash is out now, read about what's currently happening in the ISA!
November 21, 2013 at 5:08 am
Here is something lovely for your eyes, the latest post from Diary of a Stutterer. I hope you all enjoy it, and please share it around for your friends to enjoy too. http://diaryofastutterer.weebly.com/1/post/2013/11/november-06th-2013.html
"An Update: Stutter Social and..." on their own link.
Our American ISAD Hangout has now started, follow the link below to join! The hangout will be live for an hour or two so join now!
International Stuttering Association An Update:
Stutter Social and the International Stuttering Association are hosting a Hangout on Air for International Stuttering Awareness Day. You can join us live in the third Hangout from 8pm-9pm EDT or watch it live on YouTube. We will be sharing personal stories about stuttering and also looking at all the different ISAD activities.
Join the Hangout: https://plus.google.com/hangouts/_/3e89aab07f5127b5a01a5501383cf66a8aeb7fc7?authuser=0&eid=115371123834810527719&hl=en-GB
Watch the Live Stream: http://youtu.be/Jd1ftJWwe_Y
October 23, 2013 at 2:37 am1
Our second ISAD Hangout has now started, follow the link below to join! The hangout will be live for about an hour so join now!
You can join the ISAD Google Hangout live now from this link! The hangout will be active for about an hour, so please join now!
Kung ikaw ay nauutal, HINDI ka nag-iisa!
(If you stutter, you are NOT alone!)
Today is the International Stuttering Awareness Day!
What you need to know about stuttering: http://bit.ly/stutteringfaqs
International Stuttering Awareness Day is a special worldwide commitment to:
- educate people about this complex disorder
- work toward the prevention of stuttering in children
- let people know that help is available
- promote research to find the causes of stuttering
Read more at: http://www.stutteringhelp.org/
International Stuttering Association shared Stutter Social's event.
For ISAD this year the International Stuttering Association, in collaboration with Stutter Social, will be hosting several Google Hangouts to talk about International Stuttering Awareness Day!
The Hangouts will be broadcast live on YouTube, so if you can't connect to the Hangout, you can still participate by watching the activity live on the YouTube feed.
Please join us on October 22nd @ 8pm Sydney, 8pm London and 8pm Los Angeles time for a chance to talk about what ISAD is and what it means for you. We hope to have participants from the ISAD Online Conference as well as some special guests.
Links to join the hangout will be provided on the stuttersocial.com site. Information about how to connect to the YouTube feed will also be provided there. You can find more information at the link below.
If you would like to participate in the hangout, please be prepared to connect a few minutes early so you can go through any setup you need to do. You may need to set up a Google+ account if you don't already have one. You may also need to install the Google Voice and Video plugin if you haven't already. No special instructions necessary, just click the link to join and you will be prompted if you need any additional accounts or software.
Hope to see you there!
Hi i want to speak without stuttering.. Please give some herbs & medicine & home remedies..... :'(
We're looking forward to International Stuttering Awareness Day online conference that begins tomorrow and goes on through Oct. 22. Thank you, International Stuttering Association for featuring Nancy Barcal as one of your experts. Nancy will be answering questions on the forum throughout the conference.
Cheryl Tuck Awesome! Thank you Granite Bay Speech!
September 30, 2013 at 8:30 pm1