We are pleased to inform that the following associations were accepted as a new member of ISA. Stuttering Association of Nigeria, Africa Easy Speak Association of Uganda, Africa Association Mauritanienne Des Personnes Begues of Mauritania, Africa Association Espoir Pour Les Begues of … Continue reading
Theme: Creating Our Place in Society Hosted by the Croatian Stuttering Association – Hinko Freund. Suzana Jelcic-Jaksic, Congress Convenor … Continue reading
Fluency and Beyond: A Holistic Look at Stuttering Hosted by the Australian Speak Easy Association Peter Dhu, Congress Convenor February 15-20, 2004 Over 350 delegates attended the 2004 World Congress at the Esplanade Hotel in Fremantle, Western Australia. … Continue reading
We are happy to inform that that the Spanish Stuttering Association “TTM-ESPAÑA” was accepted as a new member of ISA.
The final version of the Bill of Rights and Responsibilities for the PWS was translated to Hebrew. It is now on: “http://www.ambi.org.il/hebrew004.html#billofrights ” Bill of Rights and Responsibilities for the PWS is most important document created by PWS for PWS. … Continue reading
ISA board of directors accepted a new logo for the associations. Here it is: We would like to acknowledge all those who participated the project and especially: Mr. Gregg Benedict, who designed the victorious proposal. Mr. Thomas Krall (the former … Continue reading
We are pleased to inform that the Burkina Faso Stuttering Association ACB was accepted as a new member of ISA.
SCAC – Speak Clear Association of Cameroon which is a new ISA member has a new website. The URL is: http://www.isastutter.org/cameroon/index.html. This website was created by the ISA Webmaster group as a contribution to our new friends from Cameroon, Africa. … Continue reading
We are pleased to inform you that three new ISA member associations have been accepted for membership in ISA: SCAC, a self help association of people who stutter in Cameroon. TMM-L, a Spanish-language online self-help group for people who stutter. … Continue reading
Three new stuttering web sites are on line. The Chinese ISA web site (In Chinese), Czech republic group for PWS (In Czech) and the Croatian association for people who stutter (in Croatian). … Continue reading