Research Survey from U of Delaware


A graduate student from the department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Delaware has requested the CSA to share a link to a research study for men, aged 18-35, who stutter. It is a short, anonymous survey that can be completed online in 15-20 minutes. The link is here. Your participation is much appreciated. You can contact the student, Nicholas Chiasson, here.

STEPPS: CSA Strategic Plan

meetingIn 2019, David Stones, former CSA Board Member, current Advisory Board Member and seasoned Strategic Planner, with the help of his business associate Gail Tolley, led the CSA Board of Directors in an all day strategic planning session!

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Conference Planning Update

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This October's CSA conference is shaping up to be our best yet! With workshop presenters coming from as far away as British Columbia, Quebec, and California for a wonderful mix of fresh new content from first time presenters, as well as updated and brand-new content from familiar faces, there's sure to be something for everyone.

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British Stammering Association Launches Ad Campaign

stammaThe British Stammering Association have rebranded themselves and launched brilliant new public messaging. Called "Stamma", it is a major campaign to reposition stammering as a serious issue and to challenge existing misconceptions of the condition. Check out the website here.

September 22 is the Walk & Run Fundraiser!

walkrunPlease join supporters of the Speech and Stuttering Institute on Sunday, September 22nd for the annual 1K/5K Walk and Run fundraiser. The money raised goes towards a fund to ensure that speech therapy can be provided to everyone who needs it. We are looking forward to another great morning together with our community for some fun, acceptance and inspiration!

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Calgary Support Group First Meeting July 30


Join with 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.

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