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Family and Youth Programming Conference Report!

That is a wrap on THE FIRST Family and Youth Programming at our in person 2022 CSA Conference in beautiful Niagara Falls, Ontario! Our Family and Youth Programming was an absolute success with several families in attendance, generating support, bonding, and awareness of stuttering.

Alexandra D'Agostino — November 6, 2022 — Personal Commentary

My Volunteer Experience at the CSA

There is nothing better than lending a helping hand to your community by becoming involved. Whether it is providing aid to a local soup kitchen, or helping a non-profit, knowing that your actions are contributing in a positive way can be truly fulfilling.

Ferron Chen — November 6, 2022 — Personal Commentary

Conference Wrap-up

The event started on Friday evening, with a welcoming get-together and lots of great food and conversation at the Hard Rock Club next to the Crowne Plaza Hotel.

Lisa Wilder — November 5, 2022 — Personal Commentary

Another Successful Let’s Talk!

The CSA held its fifth Let’s Talk on-line webinar on Sunday, June 26. If you missed this event, it is possible for you to view a recording of the session at your convenience.

Carla DiDomenicantonio — July 4, 2022 — Personal Commentary

CSA’s Let’s Talk: Dating with Confidence

On Sunday, March 27, the Canadian Stuttering Association hosted a new installment of its Let’s Talk series, focussed on dating with confidence.

Anna Huynh — April 1, 2022 — Personal Commentary

Have a Workshop Idea for the 2022 CSA Conference?

We are pleased to have been able to feature interesting, entertaining and informative presenters and topics over the years at our annual CSA conferences. Our conference this October is significant for many reasons. For one thing, it will be our first in person event in three years.

CSA — February 28, 2022 — Personal Commentary

Let’s Make it Okay to Stutter at Work

John Kenney — September 5, 2021 — Personal Commentary