Irish Stammering Association is the voice of a community connected by stammering in an inclusive society that understands and accepts stammering.
Irish Stammering Association as the nationally recognised organisation for people affected by stammering is committed to building and developing the stammering community, being the trusted source of reliable information, raising awareness and influencing policy.
ISA fosters a spirit of respect and understanding of stammering amongst all the people we meet and work with.
ISA places the needs of the person affected by stammering at the centre of our work and delivers support to the community connected by stammering in a caring and positive manner.
ISA is accountable to the community connected by stammering and conducts the business of the organisation in an effective, non-discriminatory, transparent and equitable manner.
ISA actively works with the community connected by stammering who are committed to furthering the understanding of stammering.
ISA believes in the empowerment of self-help groups at local level as a means of influencing the perceptions of Irish society towards stammering.
Nora works in public policy, currently focusing on lifelong learning in the university sector, based back in Dublin. Previously, she studied and worked in EU affairs in Brussels, Strasbourg and Sweden.
Triona’s responsibilities on the board include implementation of the ISA child protection policy and the ISA equality policy. Triona also has responsibility for the management of the membership database and ensuring that it is compliant with the ISA data protection policy.
As an organisation, ISA aims to be as transparent as possible with its members and the public. Please take a look at our Annual Reports if you are interested to know how we are getting on.