Unfortunately, the Irvine Ranch Outdoor Education Center (the site for Camp SAY West Coast) suffered damage from the recent wildfires in California. As a result, Camp SAY West Coast is not happening from October 20th - 22nd.
We are continuing to work with the Irvine Ranch Outdoor Education Center on postponing to a future weekend so please check back for additional information, and feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns: firstname.lastname@example.org or 646-403-3522.
Camp SAY West Coast will be hosted at the incredible Irvine Ranch Outdoor Education Center in Orange, California, and runs from Friday afternoon, October 20 through Sunday afternoon, October 22, 2017.
Campers will have the unique opportunity to meet new friends who stutter, and participate in great camp activities, including watersports, zip line, adventure hikes, performing arts, arts & crafts and so much more. Kids will also enjoy delicious meals, amazing campfires, s’mores and bunk-time fun.
Camp SAY is an American Camp Association (ACA)-Accredited camp program, and the Camp SAY West Coast leadership team includes:
Learn more about this Leadership Team
Enjoy this special weekend slice of Camp SAY, the country’s largest and longest running summer camp created especially for kids and teens who stutter.
Camp SAY West Coast Tuition is $350, which includes all camp activities, meals & bunk accommodations for 2-nights (Friday & Saturday evening).
We are fully committed to welcoming a diverse group of campers, so Tuition is offered on a Sliding Scale basis, which ranges from $50 – $350. The Sliding Scale Tuition program ensures that campers represent an economically, and culturally diverse community. Families that enroll for camp and wish to apply for the optional Sliding Scale Tuition program, can complete and submit a simple Family Worksheet to obtain a sliding scale tuition rate. Families who select this Sliding Scale Tuition Option are under no financial obligation, until their Sliding Scale Tuition rate is confirmed and accepted.
“My son Trevor has attended Camp SAY the past two years and it has helped him and his confidence immensely. For the first time in his life his stuttering is not looked at as something that has to be “fixed” but more of a special part of who he is. I want to continue his positive growth of self confidence and belonging.” -Camp Participant’s Mother
“SAY allows young people to experience a very accepting and supportive environment. I was impressed with everything…” -Edward G. Conture, PH.D., CCC-SLP, BRS-FD, Professor Emeritus, Vanderbilt University