Links to available handouts from fluency (and fluency-related) sessions at the ASHA Conventions

ASHA 2011 Convention

Collated by Judy Kuster

  • Sensory Processing Sensitivity and Stuttering Klaas Bakker and Amanda Schembs

  • Comparing Real-Time and Transcript-Based Measures of Counting and Categorizing Stuttering Jennifer Jackson and Farzan Irani

  • Self-Help Conferences for People Who Stutter: An Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis Mitchell Trichon and John A. Tetnowski

  • Creating a Local Support Group for Adults Who Stutter Lesley Rytel, Kerry Mandulak, Glenn Weybright, and Shelly Chabon

  • Acquired Stuttering Following Toxic Encephalopathy Lee Ellis and Laurie Sheehy

  • The Intonation and Prosody for Children With Autistic Spectrum Disorder Aiko Hieda and Henry Tehrani

  • Phonological Encoding in Stuttering: Non-Speech Responses to Visual Stimuli Irena Vincent

  • Altering Attitudes Toward Stuttering Through the Use of Oral Histories Sheryl Gottwald, Michael Fraas, Karen Hawver, and Jessica Hartley

  • MEG Coherence Imaging in Stuttering Jennifer Peacock and Susan Bowyer

  • Corpus Callosum in Developmental Stuttering Ai Leen Choo, Torrey Loucks, Soo-Eun Chang, Nicoline Ambrose, and Hatun Zengin

  • A Preliminary Study of Optimism and Pessimism in Stuttering Kenneth St. Louis, Sarah L. Swoger, and Rachel E. Mazanek,

  • Treating Stuttering and Down Syndrome: A Case Study Sheryl Gottwald, Bryan Ness, Kirsten Bell, and Kristin Marchionni

  • Predicting Stuttering Attitudes From Socioeconomic Indicators: Education, Occupation, and Income Kenneth St. Louis and Amy Rogers

  • Essential Speech Skills for School-Age Children Who Stutter - Mark Allen

  • Voices: Past and Present: Paths Toward Recovery from Stuttering Judith Kuster (moderator), Mark Allen, Kristin Chmela, Kevin Eldridge, Joseph Klein, Scott Palasik, Gary Rentschler, David Shapiro, and Dale Williams (audio and accompanying PPTs) - scroll down to 2011 panel.

  • Combining Self-Help Groups and Therapy for Improved Outcomes for Stuttering Vivian Sisskin, Marybeth Allen, and Lee Reeves

  • Specialty Recognition: Where Have We Been? Where Are We Going? amd 2011 Survey Results Gail VanTatenhove, Ellen Kravitz, and Carrie Kane

  • School-Age Stuttering Therapy: Setting Goals and Making Progress - Nina Reeves and J Scott Yaruss

  • Working Successfully with Preschoolers Who Stutter: Treatment Strategies and Results Sheryl Gottwald and Charlie Osborne

  • Motor Control and Stuttering: Gain and Delay Tracking Data Victoria Tumanova, Patricia Zebrowski, Shawn Goodman, and Richard Arenas

  • Stuttering and Work Life: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis Geraldine Bricker-Katz, U of Sydney, Sydney, Michelle Lincoln, U of Sydney, Sydney, AU Steven Cumming,

  • Successful Treatment for Atypical Fluency Disorder: A Case Study Samantha Wasilus and Vivian Sisskin

  • Treating Stuttering and Concomitant Issues: Case Studies John A. Tetnowski, Corin Richels, Rosalee Shenker, Leslie Wolk and Vivian Sisskin

  • Training SLPs to Treat Fluency Disorders in Students With ASDs Kathleen Scaler Scott, Nina Reeves, and Sheri Block

  • Problem-Solving Language Factors That Impede Generalization in Fluency Treatment Nan Bernstein Ratner and Rosalee Shenker

  • Effects of Multidisciplinary Curricula in Graduate Fluency Disorders Courses Isabella Reichel and Kenneth St. Louis

  • Effects of Intensive Voice Treatment on Cluttering: A Case Study Loriann Schwartz, Jocelyn Essler, Lorraine Ramig, Anne Whitney, Jen Walentas Lewon, and Hayley Carter

  • The Assessment of Cluttering Severity in Research and Clinical Practice and References Klaas Bakker and Florence Myers

  • Cluttering Assessment: Challenges and Solutions Klaas Bakker, Florence Myers, Michelle Finik, and Heath Lanyon

    added January 1, 2012