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Volunteer Opportunity – CSA national coordinator – Canadian Stuttering Association

I am pleased to share the following message from Andrew Harding of the Canadian Stuttering Association. Opportunity – CSA national coordinator If you take pride in leading an organisation to improve the lives of people who stutter and their families, … Continue reading

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Stuttering – A Listener’s Guide: The video has now been viewed over 700 times at Vimeo.com

Some years ago, I put together a video that has now been viewed online over 700 times.     Editing of such videos is time consuming and requires expertise, but can result in great online materials. The video that I … Continue reading

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Over the past 25 years, the Canadian Stuttering Association has developed four key principles of community self-organizing

I was very pleased to have the opportunity to attend the CSA 25 Anniversary Conference on Oct. 22, 2016 in Toronto. As I have noted in a comment at the end of the blog post you are now reading, I was very … Continue reading

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Early history of the Canadian Stuttering Association – now celebrating its 25th Anniversary

On Oct. 22, 2016 I’ll be presenting a workshop at the CSA 25 Anniversary Conference. The workshop is entitled “Canadian Stuttering Association  – Then & Now.” The conference takes place at Oakham House, 63 Gould Street, at Ryerson University. Here’s a brochure: confprogram-final … Continue reading

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Stuttering – A Listener’s Guide: I’m pleased this 2011 video is still being viewed on Vimeo

For over twenty years, before I got involved with other volunteer work, I was actively involved as a volunteer working on behalf of the worldwide stuttering community. This twenty-one minute video, edited by Steven Toepell of Bohemian Passport Services, is … Continue reading

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Daniele Rossi of the Canadian Stuttering Association (CSA) recently attended the Nordic Stuttering Seminar 2016 in Finland

I’ll be presenting a workshop on Oct. 22, 2016 in Toronto at a conference of the Canadian Stuttering Association (CSA), on the anniversary of the 25th anniversary of its founding. The association, of which I’m a co-founder, was launched at … Continue reading

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Message on the occasion of Marilyn Langevin’s retirement from the Institute for Stuttering Treatment and Research

Recently, I’ve had the opportunity to send a message to Dr. Marilyn Langevin on the occasion of her retirement from the Institute for Stuttering Treatment and Research (ISTAR) in Edmonton. My message on the occasion of Marilyn Langevin’s retirement from … Continue reading

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October 24, 2015: Canadian Stuttering Association’s 2nd Annual One Day Conference Event in Toronto

The following message (July 21, 2015), which I am pleased to share, is from Alexandra D’Agostino of the Canadian Stuttering Association (CSA): “Hey everyone! I am excited to present the Canadian Stuttering Association’s 2nd Annual One Day Conference Event in … Continue reading

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Epidemiology of Stuttering: 21st Century Advances. Journal of Fluency Disorders, June 2013

I subscribe to a ScienceDirect email newsletter entitled “Your ScienceDirect Top 25,” which keeps me up to date on recent articles related to fluency disorders as well as the 25 Top Articles Overall. The text that follows below is an … Continue reading

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The Journal of Fluency Disorders is a great resource for research related to stuttering

Abstracts from recent issues of the Journal of Fluency Disorders offer a great way to keep up to date on recent research about stuttering. The abstracts also offer highlights regarding recent research about the available treatment options for fluency disorders … Continue reading

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