April Newsletter

In the April 2015 edition of the Irish Stammering Association’s Newsletter, some of our contributors’ names were not credited for the articles they wrote.  ISA wishes to convey its sincere apologies to these writers.  All contributions to ISA’s newsletters are greatly appreciated.  It is our hope that these authors will continue to support ISA through sharing their research and insights into stammering.  In this way ISA can keep its members informed and updated on new studies and experiences of stuttering in Ireland and further afield.  An updated version of our newsletter is now available on our website.  The articles and their authors’ names are listed below:
 
Chairman’s Address- written by Veronica Lynch, outgoing ISA Chairperson and continuing ISAYiT! coordinator.
 
“A Broad Overview of Stuttering and The Growing Up in Ireland Longitudinal Study:  Encouraging results regarding prevalence of and academic achievement”.  written by:  Kathleen McTiernan and Margaret M. Leahy, Trinity College Dublin. 
 
Best wishes,
 
Irish Stammering Association

October 2012, Newsletter #7

This issue features the Women’s Phone Network, ISAYiT!’s summer groups in Dublin and Galway, the Nordic Stuttering Seminar and a few more features too!

Remember that your membership subscription supports the production of the newsletter and supports our groups for people who stammer of all ages. If you like what you read, please support it by joining ISA.

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April 2012, Newsletter #6

Issue #6 of ISA’s newsletter is available for download

This edition of the newsletter contains an address by our chairman, Stephen Greene, lots of information on our Self Help Groups including an article on our Galway group and our new Midlands support group in Portlaoise.

We look once again at ISAYiT! and get a look at the drame group from the perspective of Bevin Murphy, who has been part of the group since it first started

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ISA Newsletter, Issue #5

The eagerly awaited Issue #5 of ISA’s newsletter is out now!

This edition of the newsletter contains an address by our chairman, Stephen Greene.

National Stammering Awareness Day will take place on October 22nd and we preview this annual event, which is always a great success.

ISAYiT! have been busy, even producing a movie! Aisling Keogh reports on the recent ISAYiT! summer camp.

The findings from a recent survey on Self Help groups are detailed and we have a report and photos from Young ISA’s recent Viking Splash tour in Dublin

All of the above, and more, are featured in the newsletter which you can download here:

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ISA Newsletter, Issue #4

Issue #4 of ISA’s newsletter is out now.

This edition of the newsletter contains a forward by our chairman, Stephen Greene, a piece on funding for 2011, a report on the very successful National Stammering Awareness Day that took place in 2010.

We include a report from the ISA’s most recent AGM, and also an introduction to ISAYiT! which is our drama group for YoungISA members.

Following the release of The King’s Speech, the ISA has featured prominently in the Irish media, and we give a run down of the different radio shows and press articles where ISA members featured.

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ISA Newsletter, Issue #3

Issue 1 of the ISA Newsletter in 2010 is out now and available for you to download.

This issue contains a forward by new Chairman Stephen Greene. Also included in this issue is information on the National Stammering Awareness day for 2010, ISAYiT! and Young ISA, information on where your subscription to ISA goes.

Also included is some information on our support groups and what happens at these groups.

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ISA Newsletter, Issue #2

Issue 2 of the ISA Newsletter in 2009 is out now and available for you to download.

This issue contains information on National Stammering Awareness Day, AGM, ISA in the media, Children’s Drama Project, Self help Group information and much more.

We also announce the running of another residential intensive course for adults who stammer

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