Members of the Ottawa Association of People Who Stutter are taking part in the 2012 Ottawa Race Weekend
The Ottawa Stuttering Treatment Clinic is seeking sponsors for their participation in this year’s Ottawa Race Weekend to raise money for the Marie Poulos Fund. This fund enables individuals to take treatment programs at the Clinic.
A much loved and respected speech patholigst, Marie Poulos worked at Ottawa’s Rehab Centre from 1979 to 1991. A memorial gathering in her honour will be held on Sunday May 15 at 2:00 pm on the grounds of the Rehab Centre.
A reminder that this Friday at 7pm there will be a special screening of The King’s Speech at Ottawa Family Cinema. Winner of four Academy Awards (Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay), this is an excellent opportunity to see this inspiring film– either for the first time, or to enjoy it again.
The Marie Poulos Bursary Fund is available to Ontario residents who do not have access to private insurance or personal funding to attend intensive and semi-intensive programs at the Ottawa Stuttering Treatment Clinic. The clinic is located in the Rehab Centre at the Ottawa General Hospital and is only one of three such facilities in […]
Benefit Concert for The Stuttering Treatment Clinic of the Ottawa Hospital – by David Burton On Friday August 27th the Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre held a benefit concert at Carleton University for its Stuttering Treatment Clinic. The concert featured performances by pianist John Kofi Dapaach, the Capital City Chorus Quartet Polaris and a String Quartet […]