Check out this interview with Elizabeth Kapstein on Stuttering, it's a really good read!
How was the outcome of the #ISAD2015? Did you get media attention? New members? Do tell.
Thanks to all who turned this #ISAD2015 online conference into a great success. Presenters, experts, all those who read and replied and the #ISA team. Do you want to present a paper, video, poems, or why not a drawing or a song? We hope to hear from you next year.
We hope you find time to read and respond to these wonderful, inspiring and educational papers we have presented here throughout October. Tomorrow is the International Stuttering Awareness Day, 22 October, but also the last day for you to respond and get a reply from the presenters, so don't miss the ultimate change to create links with people who stutter, realitives and therapists from all over the world!
We're happy to read Koffi Amenyo Akagla paper, presenting the Youth Association for Mutual Aid and fight against Stuttering in Togo, Africa. Having young people who stutter speak for themselves gives us hope for the future. #ISAD2015
Tiffani Kittilstved gives a perfect example of the freedom and unseen benefit of #stuttering openly. #ISAD2015
Motivational speaker. Advocate. Dreamer. Teacher. Sexy Stuttering Superstar. Steven Kaufman is all of the above. And than some. Read about his stuttering journey to get where he is today. #ISAD2015
Mónica Gaiolas not only published the book “Ernest, the #stuttering boy and his family”, but also designed an app for working with stuttering children called, “Ernest, Stuttering App”. #ISAD2015
In this video for the International Stuttering Awareness Day online conference #ISAD2015 Jeremy Harmon shows us how he uses his #stuttering experiences to educate others and become a unique snowflake.
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Keith Boss, the chair of the International Stuttering Association, tells us what the ISA can do for you in his paper for the International Stuttering Awareness Day online conference. #ISAD2015
Books, leaflets, websites, blogs, vlogs, there are so many ways to get the word out about #stuttering. Laurent Lagarde is spreading the word in French. #ISAD2015
Many people who #stutter are hiding within. Courtney Luckman found her true self and went from hiding The Monster to becoming a Speech Language Pathologist. #ISAD2015
It's not always stuttering itself that is the problem. Michael P. Boyle explains that public stigma of #stuttering can be just as challenging. #ISAD2015
How often do we live every moment, and every behavior (ACTion) by what we believe? Dr. Scott Palasik, Dan Hudock and Chad M. Yates explain the Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). #ISAD2015
Is #stuttering a disability? Pamela Mertz, known for her blog and podcast, gives us the pro's and con's. What do you think? #ISAD2015
Anita Blom is addicted to #stuttering, which makes her pack her bags and go. Do join her by reading her paper for the International Stuttering Awareness Day online conference #ISAD2015.
What does #stuttering and stand-up comedy have in common? This paper by Dale F. Williams, Nina G and Jaik Campbell includes interviews with stand-up comedians who #stutter, in written and through video clips, as well as links to see them in action. #ISAD2015
Lourdes Ramos-Heinrichs, Sandra Garzon and Edna J. Carlo present a bilingual questionnaire for parents of children who stutter (CWS). #ISAD2015
"Stutter with pride, but on your own terms", is the message of Nina G: Comedian, Author, Public Speaker, disability activist and stand-up comedian. #ISAD2015