18th ISAD Online Conference
ISAD ONLINE CONFERENCE
1 - 22 OCTOBER 2015
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- The 18th ISAD Online Conference -
Spread the Word – Education, Cooperation, Communication
The International Stuttering Association has formed a small team made up of Anita Blom, Keith Boss, Dan Hudock, Bruce Imhoff and Hanan Hurwitz to produce and run the ISAD Online Conference. We hope we can live up to the high expectations of previous conference attendees.
For participants who need some basic information about stuttering, please read about Stuttering from the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association. Additional information is available on the Stuttering Home Page.
The conference is designed for people who stutter, their families and employers, the professionals who work with them, students in training and their instructors.
From October 1, papers will be published on a variety of topics related to fluency and fluency disorders. An online forum will also be available, where you can ask questions of experts in the field of stuttering.
Online article by Katherine Preston
Communication and emotion are caught up in such a delicate dance, and some of it isn’t pretty.
The ability to be heard by others, to listen to what the world has to offer each day, to share readily and easily one’s memories, experiences, opinions and dreams—all contribute to a sense of social completeness and belonging, to feelings of contentment.
The reverse is also true. Emotional responses to communication disorders—how we react to the continual threat of being isolated from friends, family, colleagues and peers—can run a complex gamut, sometimes over the course of a single day. Sometimes we accept, other times we might get frustrated, angry or really depressed.
Originating in a well-received ASHA convention session, Katherine Preston’s powerful piece profiles two people who stutter who confronted the darkness at the extreme end of this cascading emotional spectrum. With the help of speech-language pathologists, Scott Palasik and Tim returned to the light.
Announcement ELSA Youth Meeting 2014
19-25 July 2014: The 9th ELSA Youth Meeting, The Netherlands
The European League of Stuttering Associations (ELSA) is holding a Youth Meeting in July 2014 at a location in the centre of The Netherlands. This is ELSA’s 9th Youth Meeting, the first being in Linköping at the time the World Congress in 1995, the second in Nijmegen in 1997, the third in Mullsjö, Sweden in 2000 and the fourth, fifth, and sixth again in Nijmegen in 2003, 2005 and 2007, the seventh and eight were in Giggleswick in 2009 and 2011.
A letter is addressed to the Boards/Committees and offices of every European National Stuttering Association inviting them to nominate up to four people between 18 and 27 years old who stutter to participate in the Youth Meeting.
The meeting will be 6 days starting Saturday evening 19 July and finishing Friday morning 25 July. The Meeting will consist of workshops, lectures, presentations, social outings and many other activities. The title of the Youth Meeting is, because of it’s connection with the World congress of 2013 :
- Letter sent to Associations 2014
- 16th ISAD Online Conference
- June 13th: Annual General Meeting 2013
- Capacity Building
- A VOICE AND SOMETHING TO SAY
- ISAD 2012
- 6th PSA Annual Conference about Stuttering: “Breaking Silences, Sharing Responsibilities”
- New member associations!
- Nordic Stuttering Seminar – Hamar, Norway
- 14th ISAD Online Conference
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