UWSHC and NSSHLA Co-host Free Professional Development Opportunity in Stuttering

The UW Speech and Hearing Clinic strives to provide high-quality, evidence-based professional opportunities for professionals in the community. On Friday, September 20th, Board Certified Specialist Tim Mackesey presented Success with Stuttering at Union South. Participants included undergraduate students, graduate students, UW Speech and Hearing Clinic supervisors, and community based Speech Language Pathologists. The event was co-sponsored by the UW Speech & Hearing Clinic and the UW-Madison chapter of the National Student Speech Language & Hearing Association (NSSLHA).

Tim Mackesey presenting at Union South
Tim has deep roots in the Madison community. Here he is sharing that his mother was one of the first female cheerleaders for UW-Madison in 1952. Tim is a Badger and a person who stutters; he credits the speech therapy he received at the UW Speech and Hearing Clinic for improving his stuttering.