International Stammering Awareness Day 22nd October

In preparation for International Stuttering Awareness Day on 22nd October, the Irish Stammering Association says: “Creating a week of online events around International Stuttering Awareness Day provides an opportunity for the ISA to showcase the range of supports that we offer to children, teenagers and adults who stammer, as well as friends, family and employers. These supports can be life changing and we believe that stammering does not have to hold you back.”
 
All events are free to attend and all are welcome… people who stammer, family members, friends, and professionals who work with stammering.

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