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NSA Connects – Stuttering in the Workplace

Join the NSA’s Employment Advocacy Committee for an open discussion on the workplace experiences of people who stutter. We’ll cover topics like finding an authentic way to disclose your stutter during a job interview, expanding your network, and finding balance between home and work obligations when you feel “Zoom’d out.” Our past Career Success Webinars […]

Graveyard Get-Down Halloween Dance Party

Calling all ghouls and goblins: Your presence is requested on the (virtual) dance floor! Stuck at home, all dressed up and nowhere (safe) to go? Join us for a spook-tacular Halloween Dance Party with our one and only DJ Stutter manning the turntables all night. Don your best costumes, FX makeup, and join us for […]

Webinar – Unpacking Career Success Barriers for People Who Stutter (Part 2): Job Searching, Resumes & Job Applications

While people who stutter face the same career success barriers as people who don’t stutter, we also have experiences that are unique to us. Join us as we discuss the barriers to job searching, resume development, and job applications as well as how to overcome those barriers. Learn practical ways to utilize your skills, abilities, […]

NSA Connects – November Open Mic

Always a favorite, we're back again with an Open Mic sessions! Join host Paul Roumeliotis and use this time to share your thoughts with others in the community. This is a safe space for you to take as long as you need to say what you like. In these unique and sometimes difficult days that are governed by social […]

Global Research Conference

Registration is now underway for the National Stuttering Association’s groundbreaking inaugural Global Research Conference. This 3-day online event (Nov. 19 – 21) is designed to bring together speech-language pathologists, speech-language scientists, people who stutter, and others interested in diving deeper into their knowledge base about stuttering. We have a full lineup of world-class presenters, with session […]

$35.00 – $85.00

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 group discussion with Bill Nimelman, Gloria Klumb, and Tom […]

NSA Connects for Parents: Open Discussion

Join co-hosts Denise Deitchman, parent of a 'tween who stutters, and Kristine Short, NSA board member and parent of a young adult who stutters, for an open discussion with other parents of kids (of all ages!) who stutter.  Parents will be encouraged to ask questions on relevant topics such as school, friendships/dating, family interactions, and […]

NSA Connects – February Open Mic

The first NSA Connects of 2021 is an Open Mic session, and  this is your time to speak freely! Tell a story. Share something interesting in your life. Sing a song. Read a poem. Take as long as you need; this is a judgement-free space for your voice to be heard. An NSA Open Mic […]

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 and Leah Graham 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 subjects relating […]