Welcome Parents!

Camp Words Unspoken is truly a gift that you give to your camper – a gift of excitement, memories, friendships, self-confidence and fun.

Camp Words Unspoken is on the premises of Winadu an American Camp Association (ACA)-accredited campsite, so you can feel confident that our summer camp program meets the highest safety and quality standards. The entire CWU team is fully committed to creating an unparalleled environment of positivity, encouragement and acceptance to help make your camper’s time at Camp Words Unspoken a rewarding life experience.

Campers spend time together between structured activities and choice activities so they can discover their unique talents and enjoy pursuing personal dreams and interests. They leave Camp Words Unspoken with many important benefits such as increased confidence, greater independence, increased self awareness, skills in new activities, broadened experiences and new friendships. Campers feel better prepared to begin the new school year in a positive way.

For more information, please explore other pages on the website or feel free to reach out to our Founder & Camp Director, Brandon Towle at campwordsunspoken@gmail.com.

Camp for kids that stutter

I cannot say enough about the CWU experience for our whole family – this was absolutely incredible. We went into this camp thinking that my camper would get some extra speech therapy and meet some kids his age that stutter. We left camp realizing that his stutter isn’t something that needs to be ‘fixed’ but rather something that we as non-stutterers need to accept and become used to. The amount of support and celebration of the stuttering community that we experienced in our short times at CWU while dropping off and picking up was absolutely profound. It was emotional for us as parents to see all of these incredible people coming together to support my child and care for him. I am so thankful for CWU for giving my camper the beginnings of being confident in his stutter and learning to accept it and ‘make friends with it’. He is already looking forward to next year, as are we!

Shannon – Parent of a camper

My grandson’s stay at Camp Words Unspoken, his first at a sleepover camp, was a very positive experience. When I picked him up at the end, he spent 15-20 minutes saying goodbye to his new friends, staying to talk with a few of them for several minutes. It was very emotional for me to watch him talk to others. I was thrilled to see him not only have those interactions, but actually initiate them. His mother and I have both noticed increased self-confidence and an upbeat attitude. Thank you for a great experience!

Grandmother of a camper