International Stuttering Association (ISA)
1995-07-25 Linköping Sweden
25 Jul 1995, Linköping (Sweden). Constitution updated 2001.
Improve conditions of people whose lives are affected by stuttering in all countries by: sharing concepts and experience in self-help and therapy; facilitating thoughts relating to the self-help movement and expanding the movement; facilitating interaction and communication among people who stutter, parents of people who stutter and therapists and researchers from all disciplines; educating the general public about the nature and management of stuttering and the needs and capabilities of people who stutter; stimulating interdisciplinary thought and research on stuttering; facilitating development of interdisciplinary approaches for its prevention and management; facilitating cooperation between national and international organizations of people who stutter; advocating at political, therapeutic, employment and educational institutional levels to international bodies, including international associations of therapists.
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Members Meeting (every 3 years, at World Congress) Board of Directors of 5-9 members, including Chair, Vice-Chair, Treasurer and Secretary. Working Groups (7): Internet/Database; Public Relations; Outreach; Children; Employment; Relations with Telephone Companies; International Stuttering Awareness Day.
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