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Camp SAY: A Summer Camp for Young People who Stutter

A life-changing experience

About Camp SAY

At Camp SAY, young people who stutter have endless fun while building effective communication skills, developing greater independence and creating important friendships.

Camp SAY 2017 dates are August 1st–15th.

Our 2–week, sleep-away camp welcomes children and teens who stutter, ages 8-18, and their young family members and friends who want to share an incredible camp experience together and become an even stronger source of year-round support. One-week experiences and shortened stays are also available.

Camp SAY is an American Camp Association (ACA)-accredited program, so you can feel confident that our camp program meets exceptional quality & safety standards. Camp SAY is located in an idyllic setting on a 500-acre, facility nestled in North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains.

Children are greeted by a friendly staff and fellow campers who stutter and immediately see that Camp SAY is a very different place where they are free to express themselves without fear or ridicule. Camp programs and activities are specially designed to meet each child’s individual goals and needs. Speech therapy is available, too. So instead of worrying about stuttering, kids can experience the joy of being a child.

Learn more about our beautiful Camp SAY facility.

Download our camp brochure.

Watch our Camp Say video

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Become a member of the Camp SAY family this summer.

Become a member of the Camp SAY family this summer.

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SAY creates an environment where kids who stutter can improve their communication skills and, in so doing, gain confidence.

Jane Fraser
President, The Stuttering Foundation of America

Camp SAY allows young people to experience a very accepting and supportive environment. I was impressed with everything from the campers to the counselors to the beautiful country setting.

Edward G. Conture
Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BRS-FD, Professor Emeritus, Vanderbilt University

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