Camp Dates: August 2020 Stay Tuned!
Fee for Campers: To be determined
Campers get ready for this wonderful experience that awaits you! Have you ever been in a situation where your words went “unspoken” yet you had so much to say but just could not get those words out? Have you ever met another person that stutters? Have you ever felt insecure when speaking? We want to let you know that you are not alone. Our goal for each camper is to have your own experience, to feel free to be yourself, to gain confidence and to adopt strategies to help with your fluency in a non-judgmental environment.
About the Camp
Camp Words Unspoken is an overnight camp which includes 5 nights and 6 days accommodations in a beautiful outdoor setting. The cost of the camp includes food and beverages, lodging separated by gender and age group, speech strategies incorporated in a relaxed-fun manner and recreational activities that are engaging and bring the campers together. The intent of our camp is to promote self confidence in an interactive setting while assuring that every camper is comfortable and happy with his or her own achievements.
Financial assistance may be available for those who qualify upon completion and review of the required mandatory scholarship application.
Camper Enrollment opens on February 10, 2020
Complete the contact form located on the contact page . After completion a registration link will be emailed to you. Once completed an email will be sent to you confirming your enrollment into the Camp Words Unspoken program.
For those teens interested in an opportunity to be alongside C.I.T Director Matt Didishiem, to develop leadership skills and to serve as mentors for the younger campers you are encouraged to apply as a CIT. CIT’s will participate in both individual and group speech/recreational activities with the youth campers promoting self confidence. The program will teach values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. We are looking for high school aged teens to foster these values and to be part of this special program!
High school teens who are not interested in the CIT program will enjoy the same benefits and fun-filled experiences as the other campers.