Papers presented by

The following links (below) show papers posted by peers and professionals. If you have comments not directly related to these papers, please post them in the ‘Ask an Expert’ section of ISAD 2014 Online Conference.

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PWS speak for themselves

Be Memorable – Pamela Mertz

Being a Friend of a PWS – Hayley Rawlings (with Robyn Murray and Kirstie Challenger)

Covert Stuttering: A Journey to Acceptance – Tiffani Kittilstved

ELSA – A very special week. No, an indescribably beautiful week. No… – Misty van de Mortel

ELSA – The Young Voice of Europe – Hayley Rawlings

ELSA Youth Meeting – Karen Nelligan

I don’t stutter at a keyboard – John Bombatch

I am what I am, and what I am needs no excuses – Anita Blom

It is OK to stutter – Patrick Campbell

Letting go of my inhibitions to lead a more expansive life – Alan Badmington

My Pall Mall Puffing Potty Mouth Role Model – Dori Holte

Why having a good speech therapist is so important – Jill Shamp

Women Who Stammer – Gouri Laher, Pat Stannett, Amey Herrin and Christine Simpson

Perceptions and interpretations

Acceptance and the rise of pride – Grant Meredith, Tim Harrison

Conscious Avoidance or Better Communication – Keith Boss

Public Perceptions of Stuttering – Rikiya Kaketa

Self-Help: Indian Experience – Satyendra Srivastava

Understanding Stuttering through Dyslexia: Finding Hope and Inspiring Dreams – Tessa Byrd (faculty sponsor David Shapiro)

Therapy, research and other fun things!

Connecting to Others: The Role of Mental Health Professionals in the Stuttering Community – Elizabeth Kapstein, Nora O’Connor, Jeff Shames, Elizabeth Mendez-Shannon, Michael Sugarman
NOTE this is an interactive forum changing daily, please visit throughout the conference as this forum develops.

Going beyond speech tools – alternative ideas for stuttering therapy – Heather Grossman, Carl Herder, Sara MacIntyre

Kahneman meets Van Riper – Andreas Starke

Reducing negative emotions and anxiety using a mental health approach – Dan Hudock, Nora O’Connor

Stuttering U: The first annual camp for SLPs, children who stutter, families and students – Mary Weidner, Craig Coleman, Katie Damron

The Web of false claims about stuttering cures – Hélène Bodson, Pat Roberts

Why we should all use “people first” language – Dan Hudock, Nicholas Altieri, Jody O’Donnell, Sarah Knudson

Creative expression

Who is the girl named Kaisu? – Kaisu Lempinen

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