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Five highlights of the 2014 NSA conference

No, not the National Security Agency – I’m not a spy. It wasn’t the National Speakers Association either, although, funnily enough, it did hold its conference during the same time. Last week, I attended the 2014 National Stuttering Association (NSA) … Continue reading

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Five benefits of attending the National Stuttering Association’s 2013 conference

Last week marked the National Stuttering Association (NSA)’s 30th annual conference held at the Westin Kierland Resort & Spa in Scottsdale, Arizona. More than 600 folks – both people who stutter and people with an interest in stuttering (including family … Continue reading

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Michigan man embarks on mission to spread awareness of stuttering

Cameron Francek is a man on a mission. For the past 100 days, Francek, a 26-year-old man from Royal Oak, Michigan, has been introducing himself to strangers and disclosing his stuttering in an effort to both incite positive change in … Continue reading

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