Jacquelyn is a trained actress and she regularly auditions for various roles. In a recent audition, a past professor was in attendance. After the audition, he emailed her with some advice. Thank you Jacquelyn for your willingness to share with the AIS blog.
On Tuesday, AIS client Marc Winski joined NSA Family Radio for a call in show themed "Musicians Who Stutter." NSA Family Radio is hosted by blogtalkradio and is one of the many wonderful resources available from the National Stuttering Association. Marc has enjoyed singing and acting since childhood and has recently played roles in numerous off-broadway shows. In [...]
At the end of every AIS intensive stuttering therapy program, we have Friends and Family Day, where clients invite their friends and family to watch them give a speech. It's the highlight of every intensive program here, when the clients face their fears and embrace the freedom to speak. The August intensive program had their [...]
AIS client Alison talks about her experiences growing up with stuttering and the intensive stuttering therapy program that she just completed in July.
AIS client Derek faced his fears and 300 curious and supportive listeners when he stepped up to the podium at last year's gala. Here is his inspiring speech.
On our Facebook page, we posed this simple question: Who has been a positive influence in your life in regards to stuttering? We were so happy to see the encouraging responses from our Facebook community that we'd like to share a few here, like: The National Stuttering Association, all glory goes to them! In college [...]
Jodriann explains how he keeps track of using speech tools to manage his stuttering.
Concluding Joe and Carl's conversation, Joe talks about life after the intensive program.
Joe continues to talk with Carl about his experiences at AIS. Now, they discuss the role that fluency plays in the AIS intensive program.
Thanks to Joe for sharing his time and experiences with us and all of you.