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NSA Connects – Passing Twice

This is a guided open discussion for LGBTQ+ people who stutter, their families, friends, and allies. Join session hosts Edmund Metzold, Leah Graham, and Erin Williams for topics focusing on the experiences of “coming out” and “passing” encountered by members of both the LGBTQ+ and stuttering communities, but the discussion will be open to any […]

Webinar – Stuttering as an Advantage in the Workplace

What do we gain from the stuttering experience? Can stuttering be an advantage in the workplace? Often, communication at work is superficial, with people just going through the routine of “Hi, how are you?” rather than really speaking to, or with, someone. The irregular rhythms of our speech allow for open and honest communication, which […]

NSA Connects – Older Adults Who Stutter

Everyone who stutters is on a journey. Older adults who stutter have a unique journey as they enter retirement age, become grandparents, continue to make workplace contributions, as well as possibly finding themselves re-entering the dating world. Join longtime NSAer Annie Bradberry as she leads this interactive group discussion with panelists and attendees. In these […]

39th Annual NSA Conference

The National Stuttering Association Annual Conference is the largest gathering in the world of adults, children, families, and friends who share stuttering as a common bond. Get ready to hit the beach in 2022. During our time together, we’ll be educated, motivated, and challenged. We’ll be moved as we listen to stories from people who […]