CSA Board Member Interviewed on Radio Show

AlexandraBright and early Tuesday morning, CSA board member Alexandra D'Agostino was interviewed on the Montreal radio station CJAD 800 during the Andrew Carter morning show. Andrew asked her about stuttering and how wearing a mask can further effect communication. Alexandra has to wear a mask in her job as a nurse in Toronto. Hear their conversation here.

CSA’s first Virtual Docuseries a Success


On Thursday, August 27th, the CSA’s fundraising committee organized their first online virtual event to connect with Canadians who stutter and their supporters on Zoom. We had over sixty attendees sign up for this event where they watched a series of thought-provoking films and discussed key topics on stuttering related to self-acceptance, coping, speech therapy, and more.

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Volunteer CSA Board Position: Event Planner and Program Coordinator


Are you passionate about the CSA's mission of supporting Canadians who stutter and their families? Do you have excellent communication, organizational, and problem-solving skills and have project management experience? This is an opportunity for you to develop event planning, management, and leadership skills. You will help to raise awareness in stuttering by connecting others through meaningful events and developing much needed programs. Read the position posting here. Send your Resumé or CV and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

2020 Canadian Stuttering Association Conference Goes Virtual!

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For the last several weeks, the Canadian Stuttering Association’s board of directors and advisory board members closely monitored the COVID-19 pandemic and made decisions about how it might affect the 2020 CSA Conference, set to take place this November in Niagara Falls, ON.

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ISAD Accepting Papers for Online Conference

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The 23rd International Stuttering Awareness Day (ISAD) Online Conference #ISAD2020 will take place October 1 to October 22, 2020. This year’s theme is “Journey of Words – Resilience and Bouncing Back” and papers are now being accepted for presentation at the online event.

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