Welcome to our Branch

Southern Ontario CMTA Branch

Join us at these Upcoming Events

Date/Time Event Category
All Day
Dance 4 CMT
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Compass: April Meeting
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Compass: May Meeting
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Compass: June Meeting
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Compass: July Meeting
All Day
CMTA Patient & Research Summit
Southern Ontario CMTA Branch
The Southern Ontario CMTA Branch is the CMTA’s Canadian partner assisting those individuals who have Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease and their loved ones. Together we can beat this! Get involved and do YOUR part!

The Southern Ontario CMTA Branch is for those who have Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease and their loved ones. We welcome you to join this vibrant group of active and caring individuals in your area to share resources, ideas, CMT-related information, and personal experiences and to, ultimately, build life-long friendships and support. Meetings will focus on CMT education, awareness, research updates, fundraising initiatives, advocacy, and current events and will include guest speakers. We love newcomers and hope you will join us at our next meeting!

150 Albert St
West Fergus
N1M 1X2
Victoria Park Senior Centre
Kelly Detta-Hall

Branch Leader Picture
Kelly has been married for 11 wonderful years to her husband Eric. They live in Fergus, Ontario, Canada with their two young children. She is a Recreation Therapist at an active senior’s centre, where she has worked for the past fifteen years. Kelly truly loves her job. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, camping, watching movies, keeping active and educating everyone she can about CMT! Her family is affected with CMT Type 1A and everyone became involved with the CMTA in January of 2011 when she became the leader of the Southern Ontario CMTA Branch.
Julie Detta

Branch Co-Leader Picture
Julie Detta was born and raised in Fergus, Ontario, Canada. She works in the field of Veterinary Medicine and enjoys helping her furry friends. When not at work Julie enjoys spending her time with her family and being outdoors.   Her main goal with the CMTA is the continuation of awareness and education and to provide information and support to those with CMT.

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