Virtual Adults Group for 20-30 Year Olds
In our efforts to stay connected in this time of social distancing, Friends is really excited to begin offering Virtual Adults Groups for 20-30 year olds, which includes anyone between the ages of 18-39. These groups will provide a comfortable space for adults who stutter to share stories and laughs during this challenging and stressful time.
Details: At this time, the groups will be limited to the first 12 people to sign up. If you received a “spot” in the group, you will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom information. We will definitely work to add more groups in the future if there is enough interest!
Mike Turner is a father, a husband, a filmmaker, and a person who stutters. He attended FRIENDS for the first time in 2014, where he gave the keynote address about making his autobiographical film The Way We Talk. He lives in Oregon. Email Mike
Josette Tugander is a person who stutters and has loved every minute of being involved with Friends over the last 8 years. In addition to other leadership roles within the organization, she has been recently enjoying having the opportunity to facilitate the Virtual Adult Group and now to oversee the new Virtual Teen Group. She is looking forward to pursuing her PsyD in School Psychology at St. John’s University this fall. Email Josette
Aileen Quattlander is a person who stutters and has been involved in Friends for over 18 years. Friends has had a significant positive impact on her life and she loves the chance to meet new people who stutter through the Virtual Adult Group. Aileen is a licensed CPA and works for a real estate investment firm. Email Aileen
FRIENDS: The National Association of Young People Who Stutter is a non-profit, tax-exempt charitable organization under section 501(c)3.
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