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We are excited to host our Annual Conference and we’ve been working hard to put together a program schedule that kids, ‘tweens, teens, families, young adults, adults, and SLPs are sure to enjoy. Below you will find some tips, highlights, and previews to make your conference experience the best it can be. Remember, everyone is welcome to any of our workshops, we’ve just color-coded them as a guide to help you get started.
It’s impossible to describe how powerful it is to spend four days with hundreds of people who “get it”; who understand what it is like to live with a stutter every day and still succeed. It’s something you have to experience for yourself. You are able to learn about stuttering from experts, explore your attitudes toward speaking,be entertained, and try out new techniques in dozens of workshops.
Check out our 2017 Day at a Glance Calendar for a taste of what’s to come.
NSA Annual Conferences are fun for the whole family! We’ve got workshops and activities for all ages, whether you’re 6 or 96; fluent or a person who stutters! We’ve got workshops designed specifically for kids of all ages, ‘tweens, teens, parents, and siblings. Check out our Family Information page for more specifics!
Stuttering presents a unique kind of challenge for those in their twenties. You have braved the grueling high school ringer, and might be embarking on college or a first job, and realizing that life’s demands don’t always wait for stuttering. Stuttering is part of you, but not the definition. Learning to accept and advocate this knowledge as you enter adulthood will change everything. The NSA focuses on the distinct needs of the Young Adults contingent through a variety of workshops and social events.
We offer a wide variety of workshops for our adult population, from the latest in stuttering research to the issues affecting differing gender, from experiential outings to career-focused workshops.
There are a variety of opportunities for SLPs to attend workshops designed with their needs in mind, many offering ASHA-approved CEUs. From our 2016 Clinical Symposium to casual round-table discussions with teens and adults who stutter, there will be no shortage of opportunities for learning. Check out our Speech-Language Pathologists conference information page for more specifics.