Caint Gan Eagla – Conference Day 2014 – Talk Without Fear

ISA is pleased to announce details of Conference Day 2014 for everyone connected by stammering including adults who stammer, young people who stammer, and parents of those who stammer. Our day ‘caint gan eagla’ meaning ‘talk without fear’. is a reminder that no one needs to fear speaking – including those...

The Hospital Saturday Fund makes donation to Irish Stammering Association

At a special reception held by The Hospital Saturday Fund at the Mansion House in Dublin on the 20th February 2014, ISA received €3,000 to support adults who stammer improve their communication skills. In total 30 charities and organisations received donations totaling €100,000 at the event which was hosted...

Survey for Adults who Stammer

Irish Stammering Association are helping researchers at University of East Anglia, UK,  to run a questionnaire  participation in research by adults who stammer… “We are interested in the reasons why people agree or decline to take part in research studies about stammering. If you are an adult...

January Dates for Self Help Groups

The Kerry Self Help Group will not meet in January. Waterford have put their meeting back by a week to Thursday the 8th of January. Dublin and Galway will go ahead as normal on the first Tuesday of January – 7th January.

A Christmas Message from ISA

Nollaig Shona The ISA committee and staff would like to take this opportunity to wish all you all a happy Christmas and the very best for the year ahead. We look forward to meeting up with you in 2014 and working together for the benefit of people in Ireland who stammer As it is a new year soon, the regular...

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