Live ISAD chats are scheduled on October 7 and 14 (as practice) and a big, official chat is scheduled on International Stuttering Awareness Day - October 22.
All chats will take place at 8 pm GMT (UK time) and everyone is invited. As there are many applications available nowadays, which feature voice-chat in a pretty good quality, and totally free, the choice is easily made.
Because after all, the person you are talking to stutters, too, knows exactly what it is, won't laugh, and hopefully won't complete your words, so there's nothing to fear or lose here. You might remember how utterly confronting this might have been, and probably still is. After all, it's not such an easy thing, talking to a complete stranger or several of those... There's plenty of opportunities for public voice-chat, if you're up to the challenge.
Skype, as well as paltalk run massive public voice-chat sessions, and I believe that Yahoo messenger and MSN features full voice-chat including conference rooms.
Each meeting is autonomous in its style, format, and entry procedures and like all Al-Anon meetings, agree to abide by the spirit of the Twelve Traditions.