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NSA Connects en Español

NSA Connects en Español: Discovering Our Voice Together Stuttering is present in every language, but that doesn't mean the experience is the same. What is it like to stutter in Spanish? How is stuttering viewed in your culture? Join us as we talk about the specifics of stuttering in Spanish and Hispanic cultures, with David […]

NSA Connects: Early Childhood Stuttering

Caregivers, speech-language pathologists, and other early childhood professionals often have distinct questions and goals for young children near the onset of stuttering. The way in which we engage with these questions and goals has the potential to shape young children’s early experiences with stuttering. This session seeks to foster an open dialogue about caregiver-child relationships […]

Johnston Chapter Summer Gathering

Heartland Area Education Agency 6500 Corporate Drive, Johnston, IA, United States

Welcome Summer! Join the Johnston, IA NSA Chapter for a fun social gathering to kick off Summer 2024. Hot dogs and chips will be provided, please bring a beverage. RSVP today by emailing Chapter Leader Kerri Schwemm!

Don’t Tell Me to ‘Slow Down’ Donut Walk

Minnesota State University - Moorhead Campus (Murray Hall) 1500 8th Ave S, Moorhead, MN, United States

Join the Moorhead, MN NSA Chapter for their Annual Don't Tell Me to 'Slow Down' Donut Walk, June 1st. benefitting the National Stuttering Association and people who stutter (PWS). Walk in-person with the Moorhead Chapter or virtually participate from your hometown! In-person participants should meet at the MSUM Murray Hall parking lot to cheer on […]

June Teen Talk

Are you a teen who stutters, age 13-17, or do you know someone who is? Join us on June 2nd at 8PM ET as we prepare for the National Stuttering Association Annual Conference! We will be discussing everything Conference-related and how to make the most of your time. Our Teen Advisory Council will be giving […]

Parents & Caregivers Virtual Chapter Meeting

Calling all parents, guardians, and caregivers of individuals who stutter! Join us for an insightful and supportive virtual discussion where we come together to share experiences, seek guidance, and offer each other that extra support we all need. What to Expect:Informal and open dialogueA safe space to discuss challenges and successesValuable insights and advice from fellow […]

WeStutter @ Work: Pride Month – Being Your Genuine Self at Work

In honor of Pride Month, our June webinar will focus on the experiences of the LGBTQIA+ and stuttering community. In recent years, the workplace dynamic has evolved with intentional efforts of creating more inclusive environments. Yet, many people still don’t feel comfortable being their authentic selves in the workplace. Hosted by Ariel Mahlmann and Christopher […]

NSA Connects – Passing Twice

Passing Twice is an open discussion for LGBTQ+ people who stutter and their families, friends, and allies. Discussion topics will be open to anything relating to the intersections of the LGBTQ+ and stuttering communities, with a focus on the experiences of “coming out” and “passing” and finding acceptance. Join Matt Maxion for this interactive conversation.

ABSCF 2024 Conference – Stuttering Therapy Across the Lifespan

This year’s interactive online conference will bring in presenters from across the United States and internationally, to provide you with the latest research and clinical understanding of preschoolers, children, adolescents and adults who stutter.  We are including the school-age, adult and caregiver panels to provide insights into the lived experience of stuttering.  We are adding […]