SAY: The Stuttering Association for the Young

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SAY's Life-Changing Programs

SAY's Life-Changing Programs

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Paul Rudd Bowling was 11.05.2018

Paul Rudd Bowling was 11.05.2018

George Springer's Benefit Raises More Than $250K

George Springer's Benefit Raises More Than $250K

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SAY: The Stuttering Association for the Young is a national non-profit organization, which through summer camp, speech therapy, and creative expression empowers, educates, and supports young people who stutter and the world that surrounds them.

Camp SAY
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Camp SAY

Our sleep-away summer camp provides a uniquely fun, highly immersive and transformative experience for young people who stutter.

Speech Therapy
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Speech Therapy

We help young people who stutter build self-confidence, enjoy greater independence, increase school participation and advocate for themselves.

Confident Voices
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Confident Voices

Our innovative approach helps young people develop essential communication skills, forge new friendships and fully express their thoughts, ideas and dreams.

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On November 9th, 2017, our Confident Voices program won the nation’s top honor for creative youth development programs – the 2017 National Art and Humanities Youth Program Award – presented to SAY by Jane Chu, Chair of the NEA.  The award was bestowed through a partnership between the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), and the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), in cooperation with the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (NASAA) and recognizes the country’s best creative youth development programs utilizing the arts and humanities to generate a broad range of successes, including increased academic achievement, high school graduation rates, and college enrollments. The NEA also published an article about SAY’s Confident Voices program in NEA Arts magazine. Click here to read the article.

For Kids & Teens
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For Kids & Teens

Have amazing fun, meet new friends and build the confidence you need to follow your dreams.

For Parents
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For Parents

SAY helps your child build self-confidence, lasting friendships and the support they need to discover their own beautiful and unique voices.

For Professionals
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For Professionals

SAY helps you effectively and proactively address the broad range of challenges faced by young people who stutter.

Houston's George Springer relied on determination and baseball to build his confidence after struggling with a stutter. Now, the Astros outfielder is helping others do the same through SAY -- the Stuttering Association for the Young.

I am pleased to express my support for SAY, a non-profit organization that uses the arts as an innovative and effective approach to improving the lives of young people who stutter.

Joe Biden
Vice President of the United States

Tragically, millions of children who stutter are suffering in silence, and I'm honored to lend my voice to help SAY continue to empower children to find their own voices.

Meredith Vieira
Correspondent and TV host

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