A group of professionals are supporting ISAD by participating on a panel to answer questions about stuttering. We have an extensive group of professionals this year, they can be seen at this link.
To participate, you must be logged in to ask a question. After you log in, select ‘New’; ‘Post’ from the top menu and enter the title and details. Be sure to set the category to ‘2019 Talk to a Professional’ on the right side of the page or your question will not display on this page.
Your post/comment will need to be approved by the team. It might take up to twelve hours before your post/comment appears.
Only the professionals and the original questioner can reply/post to a specific question. One or more professionals may choose to respond to questions, so please do not direct your question to a specific professional.
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Hi all! I am an SLP graduate student looking for some advice. I know that one way to bring change to the stigma against stuttering is through education, and especially the education of children. In your opinion, how could we … Continue reading
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Dear stuttering professional, We are graduate speech-language pathology students who are currently enrolled in a course that covers stuttering. As we are learning more about stuttering and interacting more with people who stutter, a few questions have come up. First, … Continue reading
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Hello there! As a future speech language pathologist, I wanted to know what challenges if any, you have encountered when working with PWS either in therapy, with other professionals, in you work setting, etc., and how you overcame those adversities. Thank you in advance!
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One way to bring change is through education, and especially the education of children. In your opinion, how could we help other children be more accepting of a child who stutters? And for adults, what would you tell a parent … Continue reading
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I am collecting handouts that demonstrate that people who stutter are as worthwhile as those who don’t. Could you suggest the titles and where I could obtain them? 194 total views, 1 views today … Continue reading
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In a recent blog, Jaan Pill, who is affiliated with the Canadian Stuttering Association wrote wrote a piece entitled, “How effective are public education campaigns, directed at changing people’s opinions about stuttering? How can the outcomes of such efforts be … Continue reading
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