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Roundtable Discussion

Welcome to the Specialist Roundtable Discussion

Join the American Board of Fluency and Fluency Disorders for an upcoming Virtual Roundtable discussion!

2023 Schedule (subject to change):

September Round Table Discussion
Tuesday, September 26th, 7:00 PM, EST

Helping school-aged children advocate for themselves in the schools

For this month's roundtable discussion, we will be focusing on ways to support the school-age child in learning to disclose that they stutter to their teachers, how to ask for what they need (or what helps) in the classroom, and how to write it up as a measurable objective on their IEP.

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2023 Roundtable Presentations

2023 | JAN

School SLPs and their Students Who Stutter: Developing IEP Goals and Increasing Parent Participation

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2023 | FEB

Atypical Disfluencies

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2023 | MAR

The Mentoring

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2023 | APR

Addressing Secondary Behaviors

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2023 | MAY

Relating to
Our Clients: a Discussion of Intersectionality

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Note this recording was made mid-discussion.

Watch Past Roundtable Presentations


Manual Changes for Achieving Board
Certification in the Academic Setting

April Roundtable | View Here

Member Discussion on Name
Change for the ABFFD

May Roundtable | View Here

Social Model of Disability
and Disability Rights

August Roundtable | View Here

Bilingualism and Stuttering Panel:
Nan Bernstein Ratner, Rosalee Shenker,
Ai Leen Choo, and Ana Paula Mumy

September Roundtable | View Here


Community Service Groups for Stuttering:
NSA, FRIENDS, SAY, & Stuttering
Scholarship Alliance (now MySpeech)

January Roundtable | View Here

Practical Help Using Zoom
and Other Platforms

February Roundtable | View Here | Password: 5^cw$1m9

Client Driven Therapy

March Roundtable | View Here | Password: ULW!@!6N


September Roundtable | View Here

Rationale-Based Therapy

October Roundtable | View Here


    The Lived Experience of Stuttering:
    Panel of People Who Stutter

    November Roundtable | View Here | Password: $edT3.a6

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