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Barrie Regional Group

IMPORTANT MESSAGE RE: COVID-19

The CSA is actively following the news about the coronavirus (COVID-19). We know that many people are concerned about COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus, and that globally the outbreak is evolving quickly. In response to the recent COVID-19 guidelines offered by our local, provincial and federal governing authorities, the CSA has decided to suspend our regional support group meetings until further notice. When it is safe, kind and appropriate to re-launch our in-person meetings the CSA will make an official update. Please check this page for updates related to your group.

General information

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.

Contact information

Leader: Rob
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Meetings

Our meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month at 7:00pm. Meeting locations are subject to change so please check this page for updates:

City Hall, Huronia Room B (second floor) -
70 Collier St.
Barrie, ON

Edmonton Regional Group

IMPORTANT MESSAGE RE: COVID-19

The CSA is actively following the news about the coronavirus (COVID-19). We know that many people are concerned about COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus, and that globally the outbreak is evolving quickly. In response to the recent COVID-19 guidelines offered by our local, provincial and federal governing authorities, the CSA has decided to suspend our regional support group meetings until further notice. When it is safe, kind and appropriate to re-launch our in-person meetings the CSA will make an official update. Please check this page for updates related to your group.

General information

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.

Contact information

Leader: Dylan and Emmanuel
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Meetings

Our meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month from 6:30-8:00pm:

College Plaza Professional Building (2nd floor conference room)
8215 112 St NW,
Edmonton, AB T6G 2C8

We meet as a group in the main lobby just before 6:30pm and then head to the room together

Ottawa Regional Group

IMPORTANT MESSAGE RE: COVID-19

The CSA is actively following the news about the coronavirus (COVID-19). We know that many people are concerned about COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus, and that globally the outbreak is evolving quickly. In response to the recent COVID-19 guidelines offered by our local, provincial and federal governing authorities, the CSA has decided to suspend our regional support group meetings until further notice. When it is safe, kind and appropriate to re-launch our in-person meetings the CSA will make an official update. Please check this page for updates related to your group.

General information

The mission of the CSA Ottawa Support Group (formerly The Ottawa Association of People Who Stutter) is to bring hope, dignity, support, education, and empowerment to Ottawa area teenagers and adults who stutter. We also welcome student Speech Language Pathologists who want to increase their learning about stuttering.

Contact information

Leaders: Onyeka Onochie
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Facebook: OAPWS Ottawa Association of People Who Stutter

Meetings

Meetings are once a month, from 7:00 PM (we meet in the lobby before 7:00 PM) to 8:30 PM at 40 Templeton Street at the University of Ottawa campus. The entrance to the building is on Templeton just off of King Edward Avenue. Meeting dates are determined through Doodle Polls sent to members on the mailing list. So make sure to get on our mailing list!

Next meeting: March 9, 2020

Toronto Regional Group

IMPORTANT MESSAGE RE: COVID-19

The CSA is actively following the news about the coronavirus (COVID-19). We know that many people are concerned about COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus, and that globally the outbreak is evolving quickly. In response to the recent COVID-19 guidelines offered by our local, provincial and federal governing authorities, the CSA has decided to suspend our regional support group meetings until further notice. When it is safe, kind and appropriate to re-launch our in-person meetings the CSA will make an official update. Please check this page for updates related to your group.

General information

Join us as we explore our stuttering, learn self-advocacy, gain self-confidence, discover new ways to cope, and continue our journey with stuttering together in a safe and comfortable environment.

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.

There is no cost to attend.

Contact information

Leader: Casey Dumaresq
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Meetings

Our meetings are held on the first Monday of each month from 7:00pm - 8:30pm

Location is subject to change. Please check this website for updated information or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to be added to our mailing list.
Meetings take place at 500 University Avenue in Toronto (near Dundas St W, beside St. Patrick subway station). The front doors of the building will be locked - but we'll be waiting inside the lobby at 7pm to let you in.
We will only wait in the lobby for 10 minutes (until 7:10pm), and then we will go upstairs and start the meeting. Please arrive on time. If you have not arrived by 7:10pm, you will not be able to enter the building.
The building is the Rehabilitation Sciences Building at the University of Toronto. Please note, our group is not affiliated in any way with the University of Toronto. They are simply allowing us to use the space.
Meetings will take place on the first Monday of every month, unless otherwise posted. If the first Monday of the month is a holiday, the meeting will take place on the following Monday (eg, August 10, 2020 and September 14, 2020)

Regina Regional Group

IMPORTANT MESSAGE RE: COVID-19

The CSA is actively following the news about the coronavirus (COVID-19). We know that many people are concerned about COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus, and that globally the outbreak is evolving quickly. In response to the recent COVID-19 guidelines offered by our local, provincial and federal governing authorities, the CSA has decided to suspend our regional support group meetings until further notice. When it is safe, kind and appropriate to re-launch our in-person meetings the CSA will make an official update. Please check this page for updates related to your group.

General information

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.

Contact information

Leader: Jordan
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Meetings

Our meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month at 7:00pm:

Pathways Learning Centre
4701 Parliament Ave #103
Regina, SK S4W 0T9

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