Fluency Research at the University of Toronto

university of TorontoA message from the Speech Fluency Lab, University of Toronto: 

We are currently conducting a study of movement behaviour in children and adults who do and do not stutter. Through this research, we aim to better understand the nature of stuttering in both children and adults, and ultimately improve treatment.

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New Disability Guide for Canadians

laptopDisability Credit Canada has recently published a new, comprehensive guide about the Disability Tax Credit, the Child tax credit and the CPP that can take a lot of the anxiety and uncertainty from the process and help disabled Canadians receive a tax refund.

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New interview with Kim Block

Kim Block has been interviewed by the Canadian School Libraries Journal website. Kim is a CSA member and was the keynote speaker for the CSA conference last year. She has been involved for many years in advocating for people who stutter, including being president of the British Columbia Association for People who Stutter and frequently speaking at schools to help educate children about stuttering. She has launched a series of children's books featuring a superhero character who stutters. Check out the  interview!

Registration is open for October 20 conference


You can register for our conference using the secure and reliable Eventbrite site here. This conference, entitled Voices Rising: a Day to Talk about Stuttering, will feature the same high calibre content that has been offered at the previous Toronto conferences. 2018 is the fifth anniversary of the "reboot" of the CSA event, and the twenty-eighth year continuing the tradition of CSA conferences. More information is available here.

Submit a workshop proposal for our fall conference

confDo you have an idea for a workshop to present at our conference on October 20? Popular topics are coping techniques, the effect of stuttering on work and personal relationships, the effect on the family, approaches to stuttering therapy and research. Some workshops introduce fun, interactive games and others may feature serious discussion of family interactions and emotional issues. The deadline is June 15. To find out more, visit our conference site.

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