Atlanta One-Day Conference

Arthur M. Blank Center for Stuttering Education & Research
Atlanta Satellite

1605 Chantilly Drive NE
Atlanta, GA 30324

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New date to be announced soon


The FRIENDS one-day conference is a fantastic place for speech-language pathologists and students to learn more about stuttering, current treatments and the support available to people who stutter, while earning .5 CEUs.

Learning Outcomes

After attending this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the relationship between effective intervention and self–esteem for children who stutter.
  • Describe the need for a management approach to childhood stuttering that includes parents, professionals and support networks.
  • Identify specific social and clinical strategies for supporting children and their families.


Read Financial and Non-Financial Disclosures

Financial: Lee Caggiano - Private practice specializing in stuttering; Allison Ladavat - Private practice specializing in stuttering, FRIENDS One-Day Conference Director (compensated, monthly stipend); Caryn Herring - Private practice specializing in stuttering; Kia Noelle Johnson - Salaried employee of the University of Texas at Austin; Danielle Werle - Salaried employee of the University of Texas at Austin


Non-Financial: Lee Caggiano - FRIENDS Executive Director (non-compensated); Allison Ladavat - none; Caryn Herring - Chairperson of FRIENDS Board of Directors; Kia Noelle Johnson - Member of ASHA Board of Ethics, Chairperson; Danielle Werle - none 

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