International Stuttering Awareness Day Conference
Icebreaker Activity: having attendees introduce themselves to every other attendee, creates a more comfortable atmosphere.
Speaking Circles: breakout groups where attendees express themselves regarding their stutter.
Work / Career Related: discussing specific challenges faced at the workplace and recommending solutions as a group.
Self Development Circles: breakout groups with experts to equip people who stutter with tools to build confidence.
Pre-Event SLT Workshops: Three practical workshops for professionals wishing to gain hands-on knowledge on stuttering clinical practice.
Panel Discussions: highly successful people who stutter talk about their lives with a stutter.
Researchers: bringing together the world’s top researchers to discuss cutting-edge clinical research on stuttering.
Therapies: Latest therapy concepts from around the world. Addressing parents who want immediate results (some speakers can
Partnership with Stuttering Support: highlighting the significant role of stuttering support groups, even for those who attend therapy.
Icebreaker Games: fun activities to get children comfortable in the event.
Speak Up: giving kids an opportunity to speak openly about their stutter.
Finding My Voice: teaching kids how to openly express themselves.
Games: keeping the kids having fun while the parents attend panel discussions and researchers' segment.
Together: ways to work through stuttering as a family.