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Canadian Stuttering Association
Fundraiser Music and Performance Night for Laughter's Voice Camp
Monday, 12 May 2014 12:21

SAVE THE DATE! June 6 at The Black Swan, 154 Danforth Avenue in Toronto a fundraiser to help send kids to Laughter's Voice camp will be held. Laughter's Voice is a camp for kids who stutter.  UPDATE: Although the camp has been postponed until next year, money raised will go in a fund for the camp. As well as many musical guests, the night will feature improv comedy and other acts. You can get your advance tickets for $15 here, or pay $20 at the door. Seating is limited so advance tickets are recommended. You can also contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for advance tickets or more information. Don't miss this fun night that will help support a good cause!

Felix Skinner speaks on CBC radio about Laughter's Voice summer camp
Written by Lisa Wilder   
Tuesday, 06 May 2014 14:55

UPDATE: Laughter's Voice camp has been postponed until 2015.

In 2012 Felix Skinner attended Camp BCAPS, a camp for kids who stutter in British Columbia. The experience was so valuable for him that he suggested a camp like BCAPS should be started in Ontario. His mother, Andrea, got to work making that happen, and has partnered with Mansfield Outdoor Centre for a camp that will take place this July. The camp is called Laughter's Voice and its goal is to provide a non-threatening social environment for kids who stutter.

On Wednesday morning Felix and his father spoke on CBC Metro Morning about his stuttering and how attending camp benefitted him. You can listen here.

The role of counseling in stuttering treatment, Part 1
Written by Lisa Wilder   
Monday, 21 April 2014 02:54

sunFor many years, the discussion of personal feelings was not considered to be part of treatment for people who stutter. There has been a shift in the past decades, however, as practitioners start to address the emotional aspects of stuttering with clients. Not everybody in the field agrees with this approach.


Conflicting opinions came to a head in 2012 when a prominent American researcher and Speech-language Pathologist (SLP) wrote an editorial in a professional scientific journal criticizing a trend she saw in the treatment of stuttering children. This trend encouraged the children to accept their stuttering, and focused on reducing negative secondary behaviours rather than the stuttering directly.


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Laughter's voice camp

Postponed until 2015
Find out about a camp in Ontario for children who stutter!
Go to the website and the CSA article for more information.


The British Columbia Association for People who Stutter sponsors an annual camp for children who stutter.




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