Case Studies in Fluency Disorders: Disclosures

In compliance with requirements of ASHA's Continuing Education Board concerning transparency in course planning, delivery, and marketing, below is information on speakers' financial and non-financial interests relevant to the content of their presentation at Case Studies in Fluency Disorders.

Speaker Session Relevant Financial Relationship Relevant Non-Financial Relationship
Marybeth Allen Covert Stuttering: Acceptance, Speech Management, and Increased Fluency None None
Monica Bray Dysfluency and Down Syndrome None None
Kristin Chmela Using Teletherapy with Early Stuttering Intervention None None
Craig Coleman Treating Young Children Who Stutter: A Family-Focused Approach MC Speech Books, owner and co-author ASHA Scientific, Professional, and Educational Board, volunteer
Garth Foote Stuttering, Bilingualism, and Working Confidently Outside Your Comfort Zone None None
Diane Games Adolescents Who Stutter: A Case Study None None
Barry Guitar Early Stuttering Intervention with the Lidcombe Program None None
Danra Kazenski Early Stuttering Intervention with the Lidcombe Program None None
Kathrin Konig Treating Acquired Neurogenic Stuttering: A Case Study Speech Therapy Consultant Institution, salary
University of Dortmund, speaking fee
Nina Reeves Stuttering Therapy in a School Setting None National Stuttering Association, volunteer
Kathleen Scaler Scott Interventions for Children with Cluttering None None
Vivian Sisskin Disfluency in Autism Spectrum Disorders None Stuttering Foundation, volunteer
Scott Yaruss Evaluating and Treating Children Who Exhibit Concomitant Stuttering and Speech Sound Disorders Pearson Assessments, royalty None

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