The resources listed below provide continuing education opportunities in the area of fluency and fluency disorders:
Camp More is a five-night summer camp in Oregon for kids and teens who stutter. The camp’s focus is on building more communicative confidence, more friendship and more acceptance of being a person who stutters. Activities include kayaking, fishing, swimming, arts and crafts, sports, campfires, and a steam locomotive train ride.
Camp Shout Out is a traditional, recreational overnight summer camp at a beautiful location in Michigan for youth who stutter ages 8-18. It is a carefully structured training opportunity for graduate students and speech-language pathologists interested in learning more about kids who stutter and growing therapeutic skills.
Colorado Speaks is a camp for teens (6th -12th grade) who stutter, we provide a supportive, stutter-friendly community. You are free to speak your mind, talk, laugh, receive support and practice skills to better manage stuttering. We will build communication skills and engage in activities that help build confidence. Learn to communicate more effectively.
The primary goal of the International Cluttering Association is to increase public and professional awareness about this communication disorder, so that ultimately more effective treatments can be established.
The International Fluency Association is a not-for-profit, international, interdisciplinary organization devoted to the understanding and management of fluency disorders, and to the improvement in the quality of life for persons with fluency disorders.
The Journal of Fluency Disorders is approved by the Continuing Education Board of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) to provide continuing education activities in speech-language pathology and audiology. This program is offered for varying levels of CEUS, usually at the intermediate level and professional area.
The National Stuttering Association, world’s largest organization of people who stutter, helps people who stutter and their families through local support groups, a national conference and regional events. The NSA offers continuing education for speech-language pathologists and sponsors research on stuttering.
formerly Our Time (www.ourtimestutter.org)
A non-profit organization that uses the arts to improve the confidence and communication skills of children who stutter.
The Stuttering Foundation provides free online resources, services and support to those who stutter and their families as well as support for research into the causes of stuttering. The foundation also provides training for speech and language pathologists in the area of fluency.
The Stuttering Homepage is dedicated to providing information about stuttering and other fluency disorders for both consumers and professionals who work with people who stutter. It includes information about research, therapy, support organizations, resources for professors who teach fluency disorders courses, materials for kids who stutter, and much more.
StutterTalk® is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to talking about stuttering.