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Learning Curves

rock bottomHitting rock bottom can be one of the most beautiful and life altering things we will ever endure. Throughout our lives, we can hit rock bottom a number of times in many different ways. For each of us, this will look very different. 

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A message of hope from Kim Block

Kim BlockAs we get into this new year at school, college and university, or if you are trying to get a job interview, remember this: there are many people who stutter who are professionals in a variety of careers.

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Hello CSA Family!

My name is Eeva Stierwalt and I am honoured to be elected as the new CSA National Coordinator.

 I am not a stranger to the CSA! I am the proud Mother of Alexandra D’Agostino. Alexandra is a person who stutters, which is why I have gained an indepth understanding of PWS over the years. This comes from caring deeply about someone who stutters.

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What is a job interview for?

job interviewThere are two very different ways of approaching a job interview that are not often mentioned. While interviews are at the top end of our speech challenges, being really clear about what you are doing in the interview can help give you an edge this year.

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2017 CSA and Member Highlights

Hello CSA Family!  As we approach 2018, I thought that it would be nice to review some of the highlights from 2017 as experienced by the CSA and some of our volunteers and members.

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Open mic, open heart

open micLast October, "John" (not his real name) thought about coming to the CSA conference but decided no – a whole day with people who stutter wasn’t for him. This year, he walked to the front of the hall during the open mic session and talked freely about why this year was different.

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