Do you have an idea for a workshop?
- Category: News Items
- Published: Sunday, 09 April 2017 13:17
- Written by CSA Admin
The 2017 Canadian Stuttering Association Conference is looking for workshop proposals. This is our fourth exciting year! This event is a social and educational experience for people whose lives are affected by stuttering. Whether you are looking for support, information, or to discuss stuttering and share observations with others, you will want to check it out! You may even have an idea for a workshop.
Popular topics are: personal stories, management and coping of stuttering including speech therapy, research about stuttering, achieving success and self acceptance as a person who stutters, as well as workshops dealing specifically with children or family members who stutter. To get an idea of what has been presented in the past, check out the 2016 Conference workshops. The workshops run one hour, including time for the audience to ask questions. It's a great opportunity to meet face to face with others who share similar life challenges.
The conference will be on October 28, 2017, at the University of Toronto campus, Innis College, 2 Sussex Ave, Toronto, ON.
The proposal form is available here.
Any other questions about workshops contact our workshop coordinator Casey Kennedy.