Virtual Learning by Stuttering Foundation is an online series of interactive workshops with a variety of offerings for speech-language pathologists, parents, and individuals who stutter.

The series includes monthly offerings ranging from clinical training opportunities, to parent education, to a platform for people who stutter of all ages to share their stories. Sessions are moderated by many of the world’s leading clinicians, researchers, and self-help advocates — bringing learning and collaboration to you.

Cultivating Stuttering Pride: Guiding Principles for Speech Language Therapists

Speaker: Voon Pang, BSc Speech Pathology, MNZSTA, CPSP, University of Auckland and Skill Builders Speech Language Therapy (Private Practice)

Date: October 28, 2021

Time: 7:30-8:30pm EDT

Description: Research has shown that stuttering may be often stigmatised as a negative trait (Boyle et al., 2016, St. Louis (2015). However, more recently, the notion of "stuttering pride" and "stuttering well" has gained traction in some community circles (Campbell et al., 2019). The social model of disability and its application to stuttering therapy will be discussed along with tips and strategies to assist speech-language therapists in cultivating "stuttering pride" when working with young people who stutter. As a result of attending this talk, speech-language therapists will walk away with five principles to guide their own clinical practice.

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  • Target Audience: Speech-Language Pathologists*, Parents, Adults who Stutter
  • There is no fee for this event.
    *This course is not eligible for CEUs at this time
    Please register if available for the live event only. A recording may be available at a later date on our streaming site for a small fee.

Bio: Voon Pang lives in Auckland, New Zealand with his partner and dog. He is a speech language therapist and clinical educator at the University of Auckland and owns a practice specializing in working with people who stutter and students with language and literacy related difficulties. His passion is to help people become the best communicator they can be as well as standing tall and being proud of their individuality.