Logo Announced for World Congress

World Congress LogoThe Congress Organising Team is delighted to share the logo for the One World, Many Voices: Science and Community World Congress in Hiroshima 2018. Our wonderful graphic designer Victor Guzman has managed to coordinate colours associated with the Japanese flag alongside a logo that perfectly depicts the collaboration between the ICA, IFA and ISA. Another step forward in our plans, and with just over a year to go to the congress itself, we're all getting very excited to hold our first shared congress in Asia... we hope you are too! #owmv2018

Invitation to Participate in Thesis Study of SLPs

You are invited to participate in a thesis study entitled “Self-efficacy and self-stigma variance between Speech Language Pathologists who stutter (SLPs-WS) and do not stutter (SLPs-WDS) toward their clinical service provision” conducted by Kodai Noguchi, in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire under the supervision of Abby Hemmerich, PhD., CCC-SLP. The primary purpose of this study is to document self-efficacy and self-stigma of SLPs-WS and SLPs-WDS related to clinical service provision. Currently limited information is available regarding clinical self-efficacy for SLPs.

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A kid who stutters and his dream: "I want to become a police officer"

by Dieudonne Nsabimana. Coordinator of the African Stuttering Centre

The purpose of this article is to give you insight into the work we were doing to create positive change in our community . We have been translating education materials on stuttering into the local language with the support of the International Fluency Association (IFA). 

bruce11year-old Bruce is a kid who stutters who lives in a rural area of northern Rwanda, where stuttering is defined by folk myths.

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In preparation for the 2018 World Congress the IFA is implementing Japanese translations of some pages on the site. Choosing Japanese below to see these translations.

Not all pages are translated, but you can use Google translate to see a machine translation using the switch below

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