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The SCCSHA (Santa Clara County Speech Hearing


SCENES FROM SAN JOSE Association)


held a conference


for


Speech-Language Pathologists on January 26. Many who attended worked with school-aged children; we were thrilled to be a presence at the conference and a resource for those in attendance!


THE TSA AND STUTTERING


Many readers of our magazine will recall the unfortunate events surrounding the creation of our “I Stutter” card—travelers who stutter having difficulties in airports or with persons of authority is nothing new.


As a result of our advocacy work, the Stuttering Foundation President Jane Fraser has been invited by Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to participate on its Disability Coalition—giving a voice to the traveling public who stutters. The coalition meets and speaks regularly, and the Stuttering Foundation’s “I Stutter” card is on file with the Administration.


Travelers with concerns about their ability to communicate with airport security officials may reach TSA Cares at (855) 787-2227 or via email at TSA- ContactCenter@tsa.dhs.gov. Download an 'I Stutter' Card for Travelers at stutteringhelp.org.


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