What’s going on for International Stuttering Awareness Day in your country? We want to hear from all of you from around the world. We invite everyone to participate.
There are two ways to share.
- The easiest is to share what is happening in your country by recording a short 1-2 minute video and send it to us. Use your phone or computer and record yourself, or a member of your association, talking about stuttering. Upload your video to YouTube and send us the link, or send us that video and we will upload it to YouTube and post here.
- The other way is to write a description of what’s happening in your country. Be as simple or elaborate as you would like. If you choose to submit something in writing, please include a picture.
Pictures and/or videos are engaging and people will love to look at them. Look at some of the write-ups and videos already posted previous years in case you need inspiration.
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Every year, CPAL (Centro Peruano de Audición Lenguaje y Aprendizaje) a non profit institution in Lima Perú, organize events and campaigns to highlight the importance to debunk myths about stuttering, to educate people about this complex disorder and to work … Continue reading
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Do you know that feeling when you call a company or an authority and an answering machine asks you questions you need to answer to get anywhere, and when you stutter, it tells you, time and time again, it doesn’t … Continue reading
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World Stuttering Network (WSN), Stuttering Scholarship Alliance (SSA), and Stamily are thrilled to celebrate the 22nd of October, International Stuttering Awareness Day (#ISAD2021), with an online Human Library. This concept originated from a social experiment that has gained popularity across … Continue reading
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After the success from last year, we return with the second edition of International Day of Stuttering #JIT2021This time completely free! Hablando and withVR are hosting a virtual event with great speakers to share and promote information on latest practices in … Continue reading
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In the UK we think that many people are aware that some people stammer – the problem is that they just don’t see or hear them. So this year, we want to push for representation. We want to see people who … Continue reading
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What goes into making a documentary? To find out, please join John Gomez and Scott Palasik on October 23rd at 2:00 EST on Zoom. We will be sharing stories, discussing insights, and so much more from our journey with the … Continue reading
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October 16th 8am ET (New York) / Noon Ghana time Introducing the first ever online WSN African Stammering Support Group! This group is open to people who stutter throughout Africa, along with their friends and family. Join us for the first … Continue reading
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To celebrate International Stuttering Awareness Day, the Irish Stammering Association are holding a weeklong series of events (from October 16th – 22nd) including our 15th annual National Stammering Awareness Day! (NSAD). As well as NSAD, where there will be various … Continue reading
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Series explores a more nuanced conversation about stuttering, a disability that affects over one million adults in the U.S. SAN FRANCISCO – October 1, 2021 – “Proud Stutter,” a new podcast series on changing the conversation about stuttering, debuts today with … Continue reading
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LOGOLab – Dialogue without barriers For the occasion of the ISAD, two workshops will be organized at the University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland. An online seminar is also planned. The first workshop entitled Dialogue without barriers in contact with children who … Continue reading
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“SPEAK THE CHANGE YOU WISH TO SEE”We would like to introduce the stuttering community to a campaign that is at an advanced planning stage to promote Stuttering Awareness and Mental Wellbeing Awareness in Ireland and Internationally which will commence on … Continue reading
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‘Speak the change you wish to see’ As my contribution to International Stuttering Awareness Day, which falls each year on October 22nd, I am organizing what I hope will become an annual event at my local library. On Saturday, October … Continue reading
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The lockdown was the BEST thing that happened to People Who Stutter (PWS). EVER. Why? Because it forced us to be more comfortable (or less uncomfortable) with virtual connection. Our world opened. In 2017, a team was formed in the … Continue reading
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