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 ChenPersonal 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 WilderPersonal Commentary

Family and Youth Programming for the CSA Conference

Alexandra D'AgostinoConference

Welcome All Families to CSA 2022 in Niagara Falls!

A Message from the Family and Youth Programming Coordinator

Alexandra D'AgostinoFor Parents, Youth and Young Adult

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 DiDomenicantonioPersonal Commentary

The Narrative Approach in Self-Therapy

This is a continuation of a review of selected essays in the text, Stammering Pride and Prejudice: Difference not Defect.

Lisa WilderBook Reviews

Working Together To Decrease Stigma

This is a continuation of a series of reviews of selected articles featured in the text, Stammering Pride and Prejudice.

Lisa WilderBook Reviews

Keep Kids Talking!

Doreen (Dori) Lenz Holte’s web site and  book Voice Unearthed have helped many parents find a new approach to

Lisa WilderBook Reviews

New Let’s Talk event, coming soon!

On Sunday, March 27th, the CSA hosted a new Let's Talk instalment, focussed on dating with confidence. This event featured Jaleesa Bygrave and Devon Kirchner, women who stutter with diverse backgrounds.

Anna Huynh

CSA Prepares to Launch New Youth Support Group!

Calling all youth of the Canadian Stuttering Association! In the coming months, the CSA will be working towards the preparation of a new stuttering support group for youth between the ages of 8 and 13.

Rhea BhallaNews Items, Youth and Young Adult, Parent's Blog