- Category: News Items
- Published: Thursday, 11 July 2019 17:54
- Written by CSA Admin
The Speech Fluency Lab, University of Toronto, is currently conducting a study of movement behaviour in children and adults who do and do not stutter. Through this research, they aim to better understand the nature of stuttering in both children and adults, and ultimately improve treatment.
The Harmonize for Speech Barbershop
Quartet performs at the 2018 CSA Conference Once again, the Canadian Stuttering Association is honoured and grateful to be assisted with a $2,000 grant from Harmonize for Speech, a privately-funded organization in Ontario that supports speech related projects and initiatives. These funds will go towards producing the annual conference, which takes place October 19, 2019.
Researchers at McGill University are looking at the music and language habits of people who stutter, and asking for participants in an online survey. It includes questions about your stuttering, musical training, language use/proficiency, therapeutic and diagnostic history.
The Speech Language Pathology Clinic & Stuttering Therapy at the University of Ottawa is happy to announce two programs for people who stutter that will take place this summer, one for adults and one for youth. The popular two-and-a-half-week treatment program for adults takes place July 15th-30th, 2019 with all activities located at the Smyth Road campus of the University of Ottawa, Pavillon Roger Guidon, 450 Smyth Road.