Today’s featured guest is Andrea Callegaro. Andrea Callegaro is an Italian and English language teacher, and podcaster from Padua, Italy. As a child and adolescent, he experienced speech therapy in an attempt to improve his stuttering;...
Today’s featured guest is Andrea Callegaro. Andrea Callegaro is an Italian and English language teacher, and podcaster from Padua, Italy. As a child and adolescent, he experienced speech therapy in an attempt to improve his stuttering; however, he recently started actively exploring the different frameworks, strategies, and practices within the stuttering ecosystem. Andrea’s passion for languages has led him to work in Spain, France, and Sudan, and he hopes to experience more countries in the future. Due to his personal experiences, he is now looking to pursue a career change that focuses on the studies of ‘disabilities’ and the importance of inclusivity. I believe that there is healing in sharing, and I want to thank Andrea for sharing his story with me today.
Check out this AWESOME blog regarding employment: How do you quantify excellence in verbal communication? That was a question Cheryl asked Scottish employers. It’s time for #EqualityInOpportunity: https://www.scottishstammeringnetwork.org/our-network/excellent-communication-skills/
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