Every Voice Matters!

As a parent of a child who stutters, we understand the importance of finding a supportive and accepting environment where your child can discover their own unique and beautiful voice.

At SAY, 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.

Please click below to learn more about our comprehensive and innovative programs that help young people who stutter develop the crucial skills they need to thrive…

SAY: The Stuttering Association for the Young

Confident Voices After-School & Weekends
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Confident Voices After-School & Weekends

To help young people who stutter develop the self-confidence and courage they need to communicate more effectively, build a sense of community and establish friendships, SAY developed its innovative Confident Voices After-School & Weekend program.

Camp SAY
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Camp SAY

Join us at Camp SAY, the exciting summer camp where everything seems possible and where children who stutter can develop the skills they need to communicate more effectively, build self-confidence and forge friendships to last a lifetime.

Speech Therapy
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Speech Therapy

Our Speech Therapy program provides comprehensive stuttering treatment that incorporates physical strategies to make speaking easier, as well as education, fear reduction, counseling and parent/family integration.

SAY offers need-based financial aid and, to date, no child has been turned away from our programming due to a family’s inability to pay.

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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

What they do just speaks to the power of joining a group and gaining confidence.

Paul Rudd
SAY Trustee

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
US Vice President

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