Thank you ABC Radio Central West NSW and Ewan Gilbert for the opportunity to talk about stuttering on Thursday 14 January 2021.
Thank you Cynthia Dacillo Senaga, Speech Patholigist in Peru, for the opportunity to talk about stuttering. We covered some great topics such as solitude vs community, social stigma vs awareness and fluency vs communication.
Cynthia also took the time to translate and subtitle our English conversation into Spanish!
The Australian Speak Easy Association presents a free virtual screening of the movie When I Stutter (family friendly version) with a live Q&A session with Director John Gomez after the film.
“Stuttering can have a profound emotional impact on one’s life. In making WHEN I STUTTER, I was astounded by the honesty and candor with which the interviewees express themselves. From the depths of hopelessness to the heights of redemption, these stories will change how you view stuttering.”
John Gomez – Director, WHEN I STUTTER
6 February 2021
8pm Queensland, Australia time zone
Limited to the first 100 people
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Zoom will be used for the video call but an account is not required to join.
Thank you Brisbane City Council for the opportunity to educate your recruitment team about stuttering.
- Brisbane City Council is one of the largest local governments in the Asia Pacific region with over 8000 employees.
- Delivered an information session where I shared my lived experiences with stuttering with the recruitment team as well as discussed the best way for them to support people who stutter (and overall communication differences) during the interview process.
- Took part in a video interview and provided feedback on how to make the process more suitable to people who stutter; for example adjusting the allocated time per question so that disfluencies in speech are not disadvantaged in the video interview.
- Provided a virtual screening of the documentary film When I Stutter which shares the lives of 19 people who stutter over the course of 4.5 years and how it has impacted their lives.
If your organisation is interested in learning more about stuttering, please get in touch at email@example.com.
Thank you ABC Radio Darwin and Adam Steer for the opportunity to talk about stuttering on Tuesday 10 November 2020.
The chat starts at 29:40 and is 10 minutes long.
Thank you ABC Radio Brisbane and Kat Feeney for the chat about stuttering. I am humbled to be a finalist for the ABC Radio Brisbane Community Spirit Awards.
Thank you Stuttering Foundation of America for showing the global reach of stuttering and your efforts in creating this video.
Thank you ABC Radio National and Julian Morrow for the opportunity to talk about stuttering on Sunday 25 October 2020.
Thank you ABC Radio Brisbane for this news article on International Stuttering Awareness Day.
Thanks ABC Radio Canberra and Paula Kruger for the opportunity to talk about stuttering on International Stuttering Awareness Day on 22 October.