Give your child a fun, empowering & memorable summer camp experience!

Camp SAY is the life-changing summer camp for kids & teens who stutter (ages 8-18), and their young family members and friends. Camp SAY Summer 2018 dates are July 30th-August 13th (one-week experiences & shortened stays are also available).

Camp SAY combines the highest-quality, traditional summer camp experience with comprehensive activities and innovative programs that empower young people who stutter. Our 2-week sleep-away camp program provides a highly-immersive experience that helps kids & teens who stutter build self-confidence, communication skills and forge friendships to last a lifetime.

Camp offers a broad range of activities, including arts & crafts, performing arts, music, sports, waterfront activities, outdoor adventure and much more, which helps campers master new activities, broaden their experiences, and feel better prepared to begin the new school year in a very positive way.

At Camp SAY, we are fully committed to creating an unparalleled environment of acceptance, and encouragement, so your child’s time at camp is one of the richest and most rewarding life experiences. Camp SAY is an American Camp Association (ACA)-accredited program, so you can feel confident that our camp program meets the highest quality and safety standards.

Camp SAY is hosted at Pocono Springs Camp, a new, 60-acre, $8 million, state-of-the art camp facility, located in the beautiful Pocono Mountains (just 75 miles from New York City & 100 miles from Philadelphia). Sliding Scale tuition & travel are available, and chaperoned group flights are offered from the Southeast to Camp SAY.

Learn more at:, or contact our Camp Director Meg Hart at:, 646.735.1559, or 212.414.9696, ext. 206, with any questions or to obtain a camp information package. Watch a Camp SAY video message from actor Paul Rudd and our other camp videos at:

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