Speakeasy support group for stuttering and dysfluency
By Mrs Ursula Zsilavecz
Posted on 18 February 2009
Speakeasy Support Group
Speakeasy, a support group for individuals who stutter or have any dysfluency difficulty, will have its first meeting for 2009 on Wednesday 4 March.
This group provides education and information; fellowship and support facilities for people who stutter and their families. Furthermore the group represents people who stutter and promotes their welfare and encourages contact with international groups.
Speakeasy meets on the first Wednesday of the month at the Department of Communication Pathology on Main Campus in the late afternoon to accommodate working members.
For any further information kindly contact Mrs Ansie van Niekerk at 012 420 2816 or Mrs Ursula Zsilavecz at 012 420 2303 or feel free to email Ursula at firstname.lastname@example.org