Walter Harne Manning passed away at Methodist Hospice Residence in Memphis, Tennessee, USA on Tuesday, September 12, 2023 due to complications from Alzheimer’s.
In the recent election Hope Gerlach-Houck was selected by the membership to serve as Treasurer-Elect.
Thanks to everyone who participated!
Marie-Christine Franken, University Medical Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Some 40 years ago, the notion arose that the success of stuttering therapy in its advanced stages (be it important for the individuals concerned) was limited on public health scale. One began to explore early intervention methods to eliminate stuttering at the time it begins. That desire was not without controversy. Apart from - mainly medical - thoughts that early therapy was not required (‘it will naturally disappear’), the notion that directing attention to stuttering was the cause of the problem dominated the professional thinking, esp. in the north-western part of the world.
For more information about green-open access, we suggest explore this link to a very helpful webpage, https://www.csdisseminate.com/, created by speech, hearing, and language scientists which describes the details and steps of self-archiving your research.
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.