We’re Going to the ZOO

YoungI SA are going to the zoo! (you can come too). We’re going on a trip to Dublin Zoo on Saturday January 10th. We’ll be getting a special tour where we go behind the scenes with the zookeepers. We’ll getting close up with some of the animals – but not too close! The zoo has over 400 animals and is one of...

Monthly Skype group for teenagers

ISA runs a monthly Skype group for teenagers who stutter.  The group is facilitated by Callum Wells, a speech and language therapist who also stutters. Teenagers who stutter can join the call from all over Ireland. It’s a friendly and informal atmosphere; you can talk as much or as little as you want....

Presentation Skills Course for Adults

Irish Stammering Association is delighted to announce its Presentation skills course for adults who stammer. The purpose of the course, which takes place over two half days, is to demystify the process of preparing a presentation or speech. The main outcome of the session will be for participants to engage...

National Stammering Awareness Day 2014

This year’s National Stammering Awareness Day (NSAD) will take place in the Jury’s lnn Custom House. Custom House Quay, Dublin on Saturday 18th October.   The 2014 National Stammering Awareness Day will be in its 8th year and once again it is being kindly sponsored by ‘Speak Soon...

ISAYiT! Summer Camp 2014

Announcing the Irish Stammering Association summer drama camp in Dublin for young people who stammer between ages 8 to 17 years. ISAYiT! camp takes place from 7th to 11th July from 10am to 2pm each day and will be held in Temple Bar. There will be games, activities, drama, people to meet and lots of fun, of...

Women’s Leadership Project

Irish Stammering Association are running a new initiative; The Women’s Leadership Project. As well as meeting other women who stutter during the workshops, women will have the opportunity to build their confidence and abilities and identify how they can develop into positive role models for female...

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