Support Groups and Organizations
CSA Sponsored Groups Across Canada
Online Support Group Meetings (through Zoom)
All CSA support groups are virtual, due to the coronavirus. In-person meetings will resume at a later date when it is safe to do so.
You may join any group from any region... the meetings are not restricted to local people.
International Online GroupsStutter Social
A free and fun way to chat with people who stutter all over the world through regularly scheduled group video chats. See the Stutter Social website for details and schedules. Stutter Social was co-founded by CSA adjunct board member, Daniele Rossi.
Canadian Stuttering Association Facebook Forum (closed group)
Parents may wish to join through the Parents Stutter Support in Canada Facebook group. Extremely confidential, non-judgmental supportive environment.
Demosthenes Society (Toronto) (Online)
Description: a self-help/support group for people who stutter, meets approximately once a month in downtown Toronto.
Halton CSA Support Group
Description: Will meets regularly in Halton.
Association bégaiement communication
Date and Time: Held in Montreal and Quebec City, see calendar
Halifax Support Group for People Who Stutter
Newfoundland and Labrador Stuttering Association
Date and Time: Support group meets 3rd Thursday of every month
Location: Reid Community Centre, Mount Pearl
Go to Newfoundland/Labrador Stuttering Association Website for more details
Don't see a group in your area?
The following sites are official organizations in North America and Europe that provide information and assistance for people who stutter.
International Stuttering Association : An international umbrella association made up primarily of national self-help associations for people who stutter.
The Stuttering Homepage : Very extensive links and information about stuttering.
The Stuttering Foundation : Free materials, eBooks, and online streaming videos for consumers as well as workshops and ASHA-approved CEU opportunities for SLPs. Newsletters and information on research are also available online.
National Stuttering Association : The American Organization for education and advocacy for people who stutter.
The American Institute for Stuttering : A new blog.
British Stammering Association (Stamma): The official help guide for people who stammer in the U.K.