Stuttering can be defined as it relates to speech fluency. Its life impact however, can vary enormously. Perceptions and attitudes of speakers and listeners may influence daily choices, level of participation, and life goals. This year, we will also examine the role of society and culture as we consider life impact – topics include stigma, employment, anticipatory phenomena, spontaneity, and applications from other disciplines that deal with the psychology and social dimensions of chronic conditions.
Our 2-day Research Symposium is held in conjunction with our Annual Conference. Mark your calendars for July 4-5, 2017, and join us for presentations from cutting-edge researchers and opportunities for small group discussion. This symposium is preceding the NSA Annual Conference, and will offer approximately 1.3 ASHA-approved CEU’s, in addition to those offered during the Annual Conference. Save, print, and share our 2017 Research Symposium flyer with your colleagues, then save money and register for both!
Check out the quick links:
- Symposium Presenters (with bios & abstracts)
- Symposium Agenda
- Online Research Symposium Registration
- Annual Conference Brochure (w/ research information)
- Registration via mail/fax/email
- Hotel Reservations
- Shuttle Information
Space is limited, so register early! Our 2016 Clinical Symposium SOLD OUT so be sure to register early for our 2017 Research Symposium. No onsite registrations will be accepted.