Key note speech on cluttering Montréal
Unbelievable! Time flies. Were are now only one month away from Montréal! I feel such an excitement. Not only to meet up with friends again from around the world (stutterers, clutterers, clinicians and researchers) and get to know new people, but also to have the opportunity to give a key note speech together with expert in the field Kathleen Scaler Scott. What an absolute honor!
JWCSC: Joint World Congress on Stuttering and Cluttering
End of May 2022 the beautiful town of Montréal (Canada) will be hosting the triennial Joint World Congress on Stuttering and Cluttering. This is a joint initiative of the International Fluency Association (IFA), the International Cluttering Association (ICA) and the International Stuttering Association (ISA). The JWCSC, for short, is a one-of-a-kind congress bringing together academics, researchers, speech-language pathologists, people who stutter and people who clutter for dialogue and collaboration on current research, viewpoints, and treatments for stuttering and cluttering.
Cluttering: collaboration is key
The key note speech that Kathleen and I will be giving is titled “The value of collaboration in advancing science in cluttering“. A true collaboration between all parties involved is the way to unleash the great potential that is there for the taking. We genuinely feel there is still so much to learn from each other; only by sticking our heads together and mutually sharing relevant information we could try and bridge the gaps that are still out there.
Stay tuned for more details on our key note speech!