After recently completing a weekend comedy course, this was my first stand up comedy open mic. It is truly an amazing experience when you can make people laugh.
A group of speech and language therapists from different countries created this video in order to share information about stuttering and raise public awareness.
Brendan interviewing me at his Cafe on the Goodwill Bridge in Brisbane
Raising stuttering awareness at Cafe on the Goodwill Bridge in Brisbane
I was recently invited to speak to high school students who stutter. Details of the program are below.
Speech-Language Pathologists from the North Coast Region of the Department of Education conducted an intensive fluency program for adolescents who stutter in the second week of the 2019 September/October school holidays. The program was attended by 10 students from 12 to 16 years of age and ran for 4 full days at Maroochydore State School. The students reported benefits in their speech but also their confidence and self-concept, and valued meeting other teenagers who stutter and making new friends. It also provided a valuable training opportunity for 10 University of Queensland Speech Pathology Students who assisted throughout the week.
Brisbane landmarks were lit up green for International Stuttering Awareness Day
Harrison Craig and I shared our experience about stuttering during this Instagram live video stream on International Stuttering Awareness Day
Rebecca Levingston interviews me about stuttering on International Stuttering Awareness Day
It’s time to bust the myths about stuttering! Please share this one minute video to build stuttering awareness!