WALK WITH THE NSDA | OCTOBER 22-25

The 2020 Virtual Walk for Talk to benefit the National Spasmodic Dysphonia Association (NSDA) is a four-day event that includes a 5K and Fun Walk to bring together our community. Walk, jog or run to increase awareness of voice conditions and raise money to help fund vital research to defeat spasmodic dysphonia and related voice conditions. 

Hearing the sound of a voice just like yours can be a powerful experience.

In Memoriam | Johnny Bush

Country Singer Johnny Bush passed away on October 16, 2020. He served as an Honorary Director for the National Spasmodic Dysphonia Association in recognition of his efforts to raise awareness about spasmodic dysphonia. He was honored by the NSDA in 2014. Johnny didn’t let his struggles with spasmodic dysphonia stop him from sharing his many gifts and was still playing out regularly at age 85

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Dennis Kaszeta joins NSDA Board

We are excited to welcome Dennis Kaszeta to the NSDA Board of Directors. He helped to rejuvenate the Detroit Area Support Group and the group was recently awarded the NSDA’s 2020 Midge Kovacs Awareness Award.

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2020 Walk for Talk

Join us for the first-ever virtual Walk for Talk to benefit the NSDA. This 5K and Fun Walk will be held from October 22 to 25, 2020. You can participate no matter where you live!

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WHY I GIVE TO THE NSDA

“In 2010, I was asked by the NSDA to be involved with the Dystonia Advocacy Network. I went to Washington, DC, to present an award to the Congressman from my district. This was the best thing that ever happened to me. I had not done any public speaking since my symptoms of SD began, but now, here I was speaking to legislators about a topic so important to me. While there is no cure, research can help improve treatment options and help fund future research. It was the NSDA that has helped me improve my self-esteem and feel great again. Assuring that the NSDA can continue to help others is so important to me and that’s why I give.

CONNECT WITH OTHERS

I understand. Those two powerful words can bring relief, comfort, and affirmation to your experience. We can connect you with people who have walked in your shoes. Whether it is through NSDA Support Group, Area Contacts, on-line support, local meetings, or symposiums, know the challenges of living with a voice disorder.

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PROFILES OF STRENGTH: STORIES OF REAL PEOPLE