Calgary Regional Group
- Category: Resources
- Published: Thursday, 01 August 2019 02:48
- Written by Zachary Seguin
Join others who stutter and the people supporting them to practice speaking in a safe and comfortable environment, gain self-confidence and explore and develop new ways to cope with stuttering.
Attendance at a support group is an invaluable opportunity for people who stutter to come together, develop a sense of community and empower each other. For many people, a support group meeting may present the first opportunity to meet another person who stutters. Our meetings are open to teens and adults who stutter along with their families and friends with an interest in learning about stuttering.
|Leader:||Achala and Rhea|
Our meetings are held every Tuesday evening from 6:00pm-7:30pm at:Nose Hill Public Library
1530 Northmount Dr NW
Calgary, Alberta T2L 0G6
We will typically be in Room #2, however, on a few occasions we will be in a different space. Please ask for the room number at the front desk if you don't find us in Room #2.