I have a voice that deserves to be heard.

SAY is a national non-profit organization that empowers, educates, and supports young people who stutter and the world that surrounds them.  SAY builds a community of acceptance where young people who stutter gain confidence and communication skills.

We believe that every voice matters. Learn more about our mission at SAY.org

Camp SAY: A Summer Camp for Young People who Stutter

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Camp SAY is a program of SAY, and we are guided by the belief that a young person who stutters has a voice that matters and it is a voice that deserves to be heard. SAY offers comprehensive programs that help young people who stutter develop the crucial skills they need to thrive. In addition to Camp SAY, we offer Speech Therapy, our innovative Confident Voices after-school & weekend program, and SAY: Storytellers.

Speech Therapy is facilitated by a Speech-Language Pathologist who works exclusively with young people who stutter. We offer speech consultations, diagnostic evaluations, individual and group therapy, stuttering resources and added support. We facilitate self-help and parent groups and provide ongoing support for professionals as well.

Like all SAY programming, Confident Voices utilizes an individualized approach to help children explore new experiences and safely expand their comfort zone. Inspired by the performing arts, our Confident Voices program has evolved into a broad range of confidence building activities, offered across several different locations and seasons. Under the guidance of professional teaching artists, Confident Voices helps young people who stutter develop essential communication skills, collaborate with peers who stutter and enjoy a unique forum where they can freely express their thoughts, ideas, passions and dreams. SAY’s unique creative process encourages young people to share their thoughts, feelings and fears and express them in a way that empowers them and gives them a great sense of strength and hope.

Learn more about our programs at SAY.org.