Signal is the magazine style publication which is free to the membership of CEN in disorders of fluency.signal 49b It is published twice a year, and aims to inform the membership on local, national and international news regarding our field of fluency disorders. It was first published in 1994, and was ably compiled and edited by Jan Anderson until 2011. Sarah Costelloe, membership secretary until 2014, then took the helm and brought in a new new format and logo. She edited issues 36 to 43. Sarah has now moved onto pastures new in Canada and so Gillian Rudd, our previous Chair, has taken over as the current temporary editor. Her first edition was Signal 44.

The current issue 49 (Spring 2017) contained articles on:

  • Reflections on the October 2016 CEN Study Day (focused on CBT and ACT)
  • Stigma and Stuttering
    • Michael Boyle shares his research and discuss the need for a more strategic approach to awareness-raising
  • The ‘Talking Out’ Residential
    • Ben Bolton shares good practice from the Yorkshire and Humber CEN (group therapy)
  • Is stammering a problem?
    • Nicholas Garrick shares his thoughts and experiences. (Service user perspective)
  • The Lidcombe Program
    • Alan Jones shares his family’s experience of the Lidcombe Program (Service user perspective)
  • News, Opportunities and Resources
    • Including an update on the ASC Youth Panel! (Page 14)
  • CEN Updates
    • Information about the committee, websites and upcoming events
  • Advertisements and Events

All issues from issue 36 are available on this website for CEN members click here

Signal has received praise from within and outside the membership. It continues to grow with the support of the membership who make contributions. We are always looking for contributions relevant to the field. If you would like to submit something please email Gillian Rudd or any CEN committee member who will be pleased to speak with you.
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