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Online registration for the CSA Conference now open
Written by Lisa Wilder   
Thursday, 11 September 2014 18:12

posterThe CSA conference, taking place October 25, will coincide with Stuttering Awareness Day as well as the re-launch of a new website design.

Join us in Toronto for a day of seminars and workshops dealing with causes of stuttering, new research, coping and therapy techniques, delivered by researchers and people who stutter.

Go to the website to register today!

CSA Mini-Conference to take place in October: an informative event for people who stutter
Thursday, 14 August 2014 10:09

Toward Fluency, Acceptance and Understanding

The latest research, therapies and support for the 1 in 100 Canadians who stutter

The Canadian Stuttering Association, in conjunction with the Speech and Stuttering Institute and the University of Toronto, presents a thought provoking and informative event for stutterers and their supporters. Researchers will discuss up-to-date scientific studies. People who stutter will share their stories and show some of the options available for day to day management of stuttering. This event will take place in October the same week as Stuttering Awareness Day. Check out the Website!

3rd Annual Walk for Stuttering Awareness
Saturday, 02 August 2014 07:26

trailThe Annual Walk/Run event for Stuttering Awareness will be held again in 2014 in Toronto on September 21. This walk is organized by Greg O'Grady to support the grant program of the Speech and Stuttering Institute.

You can help people who stutter get the treatment they need from the Speech and Stuttering Institute, and you'll have fun doing it! You can register right now through the Running Room website.

In 2014 the walk will take place along the Betty Sutherland trail in North Toronto, and a barbecue with entertainment and performances will take place on the grounds of the Speech and Stuttering Institute on Duncan Mill Road after the walk.

For more information and to register, see the website.


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