Join us for the Joint World Congress on Stuttering and Cluttering in Montreal, Canada 22 July 2021- 25 July 2021. The Congress is in the planning stages, and our website will be updated as we go along. For now, check out the Joint World Congress Facebook page at: The revised by-laws have been approved by the membership, you can find them under About Us -> Information about the IFA or by clicking here
We hope to see you in Montreal!
Some papers from the 2018 Joint World Congress in Hiroshima, Japan are now available, just use the menu to go to
IFA Congresses -> IFA Congress Proceedings -> 2018 Joint World Congress: Hiroshima Japan
Current IFA Members can view the entire text of the papers, the public can view the abstracts.
More papers will be published as the review process is completed.
23-26 September 2020
St Catherine’s College, Oxford, UK
The 12th Oxford Dysfluency Conference (ODC) is to be held at St Catherine’s College Oxford from 23-26 September 2020. ODC has a reputation as one of the leading international scientific conferences in the field of dysfluency.
Learn more including how to submit an abstract at http://www.dysfluencyconference.com
Read more: 12th Oxford Dysfluency Conference: Abstract Deadline April 3, 2020
We are pleased to announce the results of the recent IFA election for Treasurer-Elect and Member at Large.
Shelly Jo Kraft will continue as Treasurer-Elect;
Courtney Byrd will continue to serve as Member at Large.
From the left: Elaine Kelman, Secretary; Shelly Jo Kraft, Treasurer; Kurt Eggers, President-Elect; Nan Ratner, President; Shelley Brundage, Membership; Courtney Byrd; At Large Board Member.
The IFA Executive Board met in October in Austin, Texas to review the organization bylaws and conduct other business. Active members can read the minutes of the meeting by logging in and click here or going to
Home Membership Reports and Board Minutes
IFA member Nick Chiasson, a graduate student at the University of Delaware, is conducting research on communication attitudes and the impact on social, academic, professional, and romantic life. Please consider supporting Nick’s research by sharing the link to this online, anonymous survey with males who stutter between 18-30 years of age: https://delaware.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3NHW8FVQwt7YOcR