Irish Stammering Association is committed to being a primary source of information and support for the community connected by stammering, working towards a respect and acceptance of stammering in Irish society.
Irish Stammering Association provides a nationally recognised voice for people affected by stammering. ISA provides information, encourages self-help groups throughout Ireland, influences policy, raises public awareness and works towards the improvement of early intervention measures for children.
Our Vision, Mission and Values
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.
We are a charitable organisation providing information and support to people who stammer in Ireland. Stuttering, as it is also known, affects people of all ages and from all backgrounds. Parents, partners, friends and family can also be affected by stammering.
Please take some time to explore our site. Feel free to contact us if you would like further information on our activities or just for a chat.
Irish Stammering Association
4-7 North Brunswick Street
Dublin 7, D07 RHA8
Phone: (01) 872 4405
Fax: (01) 873 5737