Summer Camps and Clinics
Listed below are various centers and clinics which offer summer programs in the USA and Canada. The Stuttering Foundation of America provides this list only to help in locating a summer program which might be able to assist you in treating stuttering. The Stuttering Foundation of America does not warrant the competency of these programs nor guarantee their treatment.
Boulder FRIENDS Speak
Ryan Pollard, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Lee Caggiano, M.A., CCC-SLP
University of Colorado Boulder
Speech Language and Hearing Clinic
2501 Kittredge Loop Dr
Boulder, CO 80309
This week-long (June 14 - 17, 2017) intensive therapy program is designed to build communication skills in teens who stutter. Within a supportive environment, campers will interact with others in activities designed to build confidence, better manage their stuttering, and communicate more effectively. The program includes individual and group therapy sessions and off-campus excursions. Parents and family members will have the opportunity to participate in group discussions and Q&A sessions on the last day of camp. Prior experience with stuttering treatment is recommended but not required. Campers can expect to meet other people their age who stutter, learn ways to make talking easier, and be encouraged to share their thoughts and feelings about stuttering. Parents/caregivers can expect to meet and share experiences with other parents, learn more about stuttering, treatment options, and support available for teens who stutter AND their families $400 program fee (lunch included, financial assistance is available). Please call 303-492-3066 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for information and registration.
Anne Bothe Marcotte, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
University of Georgia
Speech & Hearing Clinic
593 Aderhold Hall
Athens, GA 30602
The University of Georgia Speech and Hearing Clinic provides several intensive summer programs for children and adults, including a 2-week treatment program for adolescents and adults who stutter to be held July 10-21, 2017.
This intensive prolonged speech program focuses on speech skills while incorporating personal support and guidance for individual needs. Multiple speaking conditions, group and individual practice with self- and clinician-managed activities, and transition activities.
Program fee $500 plus materials fee $75 (sliding fee scale available).
Follow-up treatment or collaboration with other clinicians can be arranged as needed (not included in summer fees).
NW Ctr for Fluency Disorders Interprofessional Intensive Stuttering Clinic
Dan Hudock, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Idaho State University
Speech and Hearing Clinic
650 Memorial Drive
Pocatello, ID 83201
Our residential two-week adolescent and adult intensive interprofessional clinic runs from July 30 - August 12, 2017 in Pocatello, ID at Idaho State University. Speech-Language Pathologists, Counselors, and Graduate Student Clinicians (both SLP and Counseling) work with clients who stutter (1:1:1 ratio for SLP and Counseling students to each client) using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to treat covert (emotional, psychological, and social) aspects of stuttering, while individualized methods based on client preference are used to treat overt stuttering. The clinic focuses on overcoming obstacles, reframing, understanding the change process, and generalization through many community interactions and trips including Jackson, WY Grand Teton / Yellowstone National Parks. Our university clinic has recently transitioned to a free clinic model, so there is no specific cost for clinic services, but we do ask that you cover your own expenses (e.g., travel, lodging [ISU suite-styles dorms are $12 / night], food [rooms have full-sized refrigerators / microwaves to share and grocery stores are near by, or meal-plans are ~$7 per meal through the university cafeteria], participation in the ropes course $25, and clinic materials [bound clinic manuals $25]). Without dining at the university cafeteria cost is ~$250, with 3 meals per day through the cafeteria the approximate cost is $550. Some scholarships are available. Please contact Dr. Dan Hudock at email@example.com or (208) 282-4403 for more information.
UI Speaks for Teens
Patricia Zebrowski, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
University of Iowa
Wendell Johnson Spch/Hear. Clinic
Iowa City, IA 52242
A week-long residential program for teenagers between 13-18 years old is being held June 4-10, 2017 at The Wendell Johnson Speech and Hearing Clinic at The University of Iowa in Iowa City.
The Program is designed to give teenagers who stutter a safe and supportive place in which to "let stuttering out." Our goal is to help teens develop their own policies about speaking and stuttering; how to make changes; managing the social and emotional challenges; and what they want their SLPs and parents to do to help and how to ask for help.
$800.00 fee includes room, board, therapy and all recreational costs.
Please call, write or email for more information or to request an application.
Fluency Project Summer Clinic
John Tetnowski, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Univ of Louisiana Lafayette Campus
2017 Semi-Intensive Stuttering Therapy Program:
June 12-30 for 3-7 year olds.
July 10-28: for Middle School and High School ages.
Call for more information.
The format is a combination of individual and group sessions, as well as parent training. The cost is $250.00 (sliding fee scale may apply; other funding options may be available).
New England Fluency Program
Adriana DiGrande, M.S., CCC-SLP
19 Muzzey Street, Suite 311
Lexington, MA 02421-5211
The NEFP offers one summer program for adults starting in early June and three additional programs for children and teens, starting in late June through August. Please see our website for specific program dates. The programs are conducted over a 3-week period; 5 days per week, 7 hours per day. All programs are held in Boston on the campus Emerson College. The NEFP is an integrated program, where we treat stuttering on a behavioral, cognitive and emotional level. We focus on reducing communication fear and avoidance behaviors, accepting one's stuttering, and motor retraining strategies to reduce vocal tract tension and improve fluency. The treatment model includes group and individual instruction and discussion, mindfulness based meditation and stress reduction sessions, weekly parent counseling for children/teen groups, generalization activities including phone calls, visits to shopping centers, and a formal speech to familiar and unfamiliar listeners. Following the intensive phase of treatment, one hour weekly group sessions are offered throughout the summer to support clients during their maintenance phase of treatment. In September, we offer a complimentary workshop for speech pathologists who are treating our graduates in the school setting. Group maintenance sessions are also provided during the next academic year for a small session fee. The program fee is $4,300. Partial scholarships may be available. Please call, email, or visit our website for more details.
Worcester State University Summer Program for Children and Teens Who Stutter
Ann T. Veneziano-Korzec, M.S., CCC-SLP
Worcester State University
Ghosh Science & Technology Center
486 Chandler St
Worcester, MA 01602
This four week program consists of individual and group sessions for children and teens who stutter and their parents. Participants will learn ways to better manage their communication.
DATE: Two mornings a week, Tuesday & Thursday, June 28 through July 21, 2016
TIME: 9:00am - Noon
LOCATION: Worcester State University, Ghosh Science & Technology Center, 486 Chandler St., Worcester, MA 01602
Requests for a payment schedule or sliding scale may be made directly to Ann T. Veneziano-Korzec, Director of the Speech-Language-Hearing Center.
Camp Shout Out
Julie Raynor, M.A., CCC-SLP
Muskegon, MI 49443
Camp Shout Out is a one-of-a-kind residential therapy experience held at a recreational summer camp for children with fluency disorders ages 8-18 and an intensive clinical training program for accepted speech-language pathologists and graduate students. Campers participate in small and large group therapeutic activities designed to assist them in achieving personal communication goals. An optional Leadership-in-Training program is offered for high school campers. The Treatment and Training Program at Camp Shout Out is directed by Kristin Chmela and includes additional fluency specialists who serve as faculty. For more information please visit our website, www.campshoutout.org.
University of Minnesota Kids Who Stutter Camp
University of Minnesota
The Davis Center in the Department of Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, announces its annual summer program for children who stutter from Monday, June 19, 2017, to Friday, June 23, 2017. We offer affordable programs for two age groups. In the morning (8:30 a.m. to noon), we offer a half-day program for children who are entering 3rd to 5th grades in the fall. In the afternoons (1:00 to 4:30 p.m.) of the same week, we offer a half-day program for children who are entering 6th to 8th grades in the fall. The size of the groups is limited to 10 children each, so early registration is highly encouraged. The majority of this program will involve group activities focusing on the social, emotional and attitudinal aspects of stuttering. Participants will need to be able to understand topics of discussion with like-aged peers. Sessions will be held in Shevlin Hall on the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis campus. Other facilities of the U of M may be utilized. In the past, these have included the bowling alley at Coffman Union, tours of the athletic facilities, visits to the Bell Museum of Natural History, a tour of the University Theater at Rarig Center, and tours of the Dairy Barns and Raptor Center (St. Paul campus). These facilities are within walking distance of Shevlin Hall or accessible by the intercampus bus. There is a $75 materials fee to participate. Scholarships will be available based on need. The Davis Center does not provide transportation to and from camp. We will have a social gathering and program for families of participants at Shevlin Hall on the last day of the program. See the website for more information: http://cla.umn.edu/davis-center/stuttering-services/kids-who-stutter Please return the information below to Linda R. Hinderscheit at the following email address by April 1, 2017. If you have questions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Name of child; Birthdate; Age; Grade in fall 2017; Name of parent(s); Address; Home phone; Work phone(s); Cell phone.
Mr. Taro Alexander
Founder & Director
55 West 39th Street, Ste. 1001
New York, NY 10018
Camp SAY is a two-week, ACA-accredited sleep-away camp for young people who stutter, their young family members, & friends, ages 8-18 (reduced length stays are also available). Summer dates are August 1-15, 2017, and camp takes place at Blue Star Camps, in Hendersonville, North Carolina (approx. 30 minutes from Asheville).
Camp SAY blends the finest traditional summer camp experience with unique programs that help young people who stutter build self-confidence and communication skills at all levels of speech fluency. Campers also meet more than 125 young people who stutter, and forge friendships to last a lifetime. Activities include athletics, speech therapy, water sports, horseback riding, performing & fine arts, special camp-wide events, and much more.
All-Inclusive Tuition/Limited Availability/Outstanding Counselor-to-Camper Ratio/Financial Aid Available for Tuition & Travel.
For questions or to enroll, please visit CampSAY.org, or contact our Camp Director: Meg Hart at 828.393.4244, or Meg@SAY.org.
Freedom to Speak
Susan Cochrane, M.A., CCC-SLP
8619 North Shore Drive
Honeoye, NY 14471
(585) 329-0616 Cell
The Freedom to Speak Intensive Treatment Program for adolescents/adults who stutter, will be held from July 17 - August 4, 2017. The Program is located in Honeoye, New York on beautiful Honeoye Lake. A variety of approaches are used including; Avoidance Reduction Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness Training, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Stuttering Modification and Fluency Shaping. Significant attention is given to socially appropriate interaction. Six participants will be accepted. Interaction with Ms. Cochrane begins upon registration. Assessment and follow-up is included.
Visit www.stuttertherapy.com for more information.
FMPC Fluency Management Program of the Carolinas
Patrick Briley, M.S., CCC-SLP
East Carolina University
Speech-Language and Hearing Clinic
Health Sciences Building
Greenville, NC 27834
Fluency Management Program of the Carolinas (FMPC) is an intensive three-week summer program for children, teens, and adults who stutter. The purpose of the fluency program is to help participants better manage their stuttering through fluency stabilizing and fluency enhancing techniques as well as dealing with the psychological aspects of stuttering.
June 12, 2017 - June 29, 2017
8:30am-12:30pm ~ cost $400.
The deadline for enrollment is May 31, 2017.
Contact us for details or to request an application.
FACEtime Summer Camp (Fluency, Attitude & Communication Effectiveness)
Lauren Masuga, M.A., CCC-SLP
Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center
11635 Euclid Ave
Cleveland, OH 44106
The Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center is having a summer camp for kids who stutter between the ages of 9-16 years. Camp will be held July 17-July 20, 2017 from 9-3:30 P.M. The format will be a combination of individual and group sessions and will also incorporate parent training. Campers will have the opportunity to go out into the community to practice strategies and personal goals in real life situations. Cost of the camp is $410.00 (other funding options may be available). Call for more information.
Let Me Finish
Ms. Francis Connelly
Columbus Speech & Hearing Center
510 E North Broadway
Columbus, OH 43214
LET ME FINISH
June 6 - August 12, 2016
More about LET ME FINISH!
- School-age children from elementary through high school
- 10 week summer camp, led by a Speech-Language Pathologist
- Meets Thursdays, 10-11:00am
- Four to six children in each group
- Children are encouraged to set personal goals
- May include one trip off campus.
*Parents are invited to observe and are offered suggestions for home practice.
To register or for more information please call 614.263.5151
Northwest OH Stuttering Clinic Intensive Clinics
Rodney Gabel, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
University of Toledo, MS 119
Toledo, OH 43606
The Northwest Ohio Stuttering Clinic will offer two intensive stuttering clinics during 2017. The first is the Intensive Stuttering Clinics for Children and their Families (ISCCF). The ISCFF will run from July 10th to July 14th, 2017. The clinic will offer 30 hours of treatment for children 8-12 years of age and educational program for parents. The cost of the clinic is $1,000. The Intensive Stuttering Clinic for Adolescents and Adults (ages 12 and older) will run from July 10th to July 21st, 2017. This program will include 60 hours of direct treatment (both groups & individual sessions), and cost $2,000. Both clinics will help participants find better ways to cope with their stuttering by developing positive coping strategies for dealing with stuttering. Fees include the price of all therapy and housing for the entire intensive portion of the clinic. Scholarships are available. These programs are supported by the Psi Iota Xi Sorority and an unnamed donor.
Kristin Mangan, M.A., CCC-SLP
SLP and Assistant Professor
OR Health & Science University
Mail Code: CDRC
707 SW Gaines St
Portland, OR 97239
Camp More - an Overnight Summer Camp for Kids who Stutter
Camp More is a place for kids and teens who stutter to improve communication skills and build self-confidence. Its mission is to empower young people who stutter while at camp and beyond, to do more: find their voice and use it more, build more confidence and self-acceptance in themselves, and to establish more connections and friendships with peers.
This year's camp will be held June 25-July 1, 2017 at Camp Magruder in Rockaway Beach, Oregon, and campers will spend 7 days and 6 nights engaged in an array of recreational activities ranging from challenge courses, archery, kayaking, hiking, yoga, journaling, painting, swimming, group therapy, basketball, and more.
To learn more or apply online, visit www.campmorenw.com.
For questions please contact Kristin Mangan at email@example.com or 503-494-9045.
Jessica Fanning, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
HEDCO Dir Fluency Specialty Clinic
University of Oregon
Communication Disorders & Sciences
1655 Alder St
Eugene, OR 97403
The University of Oregon Fluency Specialty Clinic (UO-FSC) provides several intensive summer programs for children, teens, and adults who experience disfluency due to stuttering, cluttering, and/or acquired neurogenic stuttering.
The intensive camp, Youngsters Experiencing Stuttering--YES Camp, occurs July 3 -21, 2017 (Mondays-Thursdays) from 9:00am - 11:30am. This camp is designed for children ages 3-years to 7-years and their families. The YES Camp includes individual, small-group, and large-group activities for the campers as well as caregiver and sibling training sessions twice weekly. The family-centered approach supports increased speech fluency for the child camper by coordinating family goals, strategies, and beliefs within each family's community and culture. Campers will learn how to produce easy, relaxed speech for increasing durations across functional, social settings. Depending on each camper's awareness of and/or reactions to stuttering, children might also learn response strategies that can be used before, during, and after real stuttering. Active, multimedia home programs are established to support the camper's continued progress during the 3-week YES Camp and beyond into meaningful environments. In addition to fluency specialists (and speech-language pathology graduate clinicians), the YES Camp includes counselors (to extend service opportunities for caregivers and siblings) and service animals (to expand fluency-enhancing conditions offered to campers). This powerful interdisciplinary approach synthesizes links between disciplines to coordinate individualized, family-centered approaches to fluency treatment. The YES Camp program fee is $400 (which includes daily snack) and the UO-FSC offers a generous sliding scale to ensure that families are not excluded for financial reasons.
Other intensive group programs running this summer (July 3 - 21, 2017) at the University of Oregon Fluency Specialty Clinic will involve:
(a) school-age children who stutter &/or clutter;
(b) school-age children with language-based disfluency or acquired neurological stuttering; and
(c) adults who stutter.
Please call 541-346-0923 for additional information about any of the fluency programs as well as summer registration opportunities. Please contact Dr. Jessica Fanning via email with questions about fluency services at the University of Oregon (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Kim Banson Sabourin, MA, CCC-SLP
Dept. of Comm. Science & Disorders
110 Weiss Hall, 1701 N 13th St
Philadelphia, PA 19022
SPEAK NOW - Summer Camp for Adolescents Who Stutter.
August 7-11, 2017 Temple University Ambler Campus
Speak Now is designed to provide young people who stutter a supportive environment where they can develop their own goals about speaking and stuttering. The camp is under the direction of Kim Sabourin, who is a Board Certified Specialist in Fluency Disorders. Therapeutic activities help campers learn more about the phenomenon of stuttering; develop their own plan for practice; develop strategies to manage the social and emotional challenges; and learn how to communicate to their parents about stuttering. Campers will engage in both group and individual speech therapy designed to assist them in achieving personal communication goals.
Campers should have a documented diagnosis of stuttering from a speech-language pathologist.
To register, contact Kim Sabourin at (215) 310-8033 or email@example.com
Tuition $395* plus a $30.00 non-refundable registration fee
*Tuition assistance available
Camp TALKS - Summer Day Camp for School-Age Children Who Stutter
Ellen Kelly, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Bill Wilkerson Center - VUMC
Dept Hearing/Speech Services
Med Ctr East/South Tower/Rm 6358
1215 21st Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37232
Camp TALKS (Talking And Learning with Kids who Stutter)
June 5-9, 2017 Vanderbilt University
Purpose: Helping children and teens who stutter become more confident communicators! Addressing the "ABCs" (affective/emotional, behavioral, and cognitive/thinking aspects of stuttering).
Staff: Led by speech-language pathologists who specialize in stuttering and assisted by graduate students in speech-language pathology.
Parents: Included directly on Day 1 (to learn what their children will be doing and to meet and talk with one another) and on Day 5 (to celebrate what their children have accomplished)!
Cost: $500 for the five-day program. Scholarships are available!
Information: A video from Camp TALKS 2015 and an application and scholarship forms may be found on our website: http://www.vanderbilthealth.com/billwilkerson/44619
Volunteer Your Voice Summer Camp
Tricia Hedinger, M.S., CCC-SLP
Tim Saltuklaroglu, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
University of Tennessee
Health Science Center
1600 Peyton Manning Pass
Knoxville, TN 37996
The Volunteer Your Voice ('VYV') Summer Camp is a one-week camp for children ages 8-15 with speech, language and/or hearing impairments. The camp consists of 2 half days (8:30-11:30) on campus at The UT Hearing and Speech Center in Knoxville, TN, followed by a 3 day/2 night stay at The Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont. Daily individual and group therapy sessions are provided along with many opportunities to practice targeted speech skills in "real life" situations (e.g., hiking, mealtimes, hanging out with friends). The VYV Camp combines intense therapy with a great camping adventure! Guest speakers and local celebrities who have experienced life with communication disorders will share their experiences and discuss how their speech did not hold them back in life. Ms. Hedinger and Dr. Saltuklaroglu both have specialties in stuttering disorders.
Dates: June 5-9, 2017
Cost: $360 (includes all snacks meals, transportation to Tremont, lodging, camp t-shirt, a mini-flashlight, a customized home program, and 2 follow-up group sessions).
To register or obtain more information, call or email Tricia. Registration is now open! Limited spaces available.
Camp Dream. Speak. Live.
Courtney Byrd, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Lang Stuttering Institute
The University of Texas at Austin
2504A Whitis Ave. (1100)
Austin, TX 78712-0114
Translating theory to practice is core to the mission of UT Austin's Michael and Tami Lang Stuttering Institute and is emphasized across the wide variety of evidence-based community outreach programs offered. Camp Dream. Speak. Live. is a primary example of our emphasis on translational research as it has been proven to achieve the following for children who stutter: 1) increase their positive perception of their ability to establish peer to peer relationships 2) increase their communication competence and improve how they feel about their ability to communicate 3) enhance their leadership skills 4) lessen the influence of stuttering on their overall quality of life.
Dates for our annual day camp are Monday, June 12, 2017 through Friday, June 16, 2017. For out of town, and international families, a limited number of on-campus dorm rooms for parent and child will be available for reservation. There is no set cost to attend, though we ask all families to make a donation to help expand our efforts as the waitlist of children from around the world who want to attend far exceeds the number of children we are able to serve. Requests to attend can be made via our website; a lottery for attendees will be conducted at the end of February. All remaining families will be notified of their child's place on our wait list.
We invite you to view the most recent news feature http://www.twcnews.com/tx/austin/news/2016/06/6/stuttering-camp-helps-kids-have-fun--build-confidence.html about our summer camp experience where our campers demonstrate the value of advocating on behalf of themselves and others.
Comprehensive Stuttering Therapy Program
Farzan Irani, Ph.D.,CCC-SLP
Dept of Communication Disorders
601 University Drive
San Marcos, TX 78666
Texas State University's Department of Communication Disorders offers the Comprehensive Stuttering Therapy Program for Adolescents and Adults (CSTP) every summer. The CSTP includes a 2-week intensive program (July 10-20, 2017) with approximately 60 hours of direct therapy and follow-up therapy using Webconferencing (telepractice) for the following academic semester (September - December, 2017). The program is designed to help adolescents and adults (12 years of age and older) learn skills to better manage stuttering in everyday communication situations. For more information about the program, please visit our website http://www.health.txstate.edu/slhclinic/programs/cstp.html or call/email Dr. Irani or the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic (512-245-8241).
Univ. of Utah Intensive Stuttering Clinic for Adults and Adolescents
Michael Blomgren, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Dept./Comm. Sciences & Disorders
390 S. 1530 E., Rm. 1201 BEH SCI
Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0252
The University of Utah Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders offers a two-week intensive stuttering clinic for adults and adolescents (ages 15 and older). The clinic takes place on the beautiful U of U campus in Salt Lake City. The next clinic is offered from July 31 - August 11, 2017. The clinic runs weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and includes approximately 65 hours of treatment. The clinic fee is $1500. For further information including clinic applications, housing options, and scholarship opportunities, please visit our web site or contact Dr. Blomgren directly.
Wasatch Stuttering Management Program
Tom and Maria Gurrister, M.S., CCC-SLP
2120 East 3900 S, Ste 200
Holladay, UT 84124
The nonprofit Wasatch Stuttering Management Program for children ages 8-16 will be held Monday, July 31, 2017 through Tuesday, August 9, 2017 (except for Sunday). A summer day camp format involving outings, interactions with peers in social settings, and individual and group therapy. Scholarships are available to those demonstrating financial need. Call or email for additional information.
EVMS Fluency Shaping Program
Ross Barrett, M.A., CCC-SLP
EVMS Stuttering Center
4111 Monarch Way Ste 515
Norfolk, VA 23508
An intensive 12-day behaviorally oriented treatment program for 12 years old to adult for stuttering. The program is administered approximately 12 times a year. The fee is $3,995. This includes post-therapy assessments, and follow-ups as needed. Call or write for exact dates.
Successful Stuttering Management Program
Kim Krieger, M.S., CCC-SLP
Eastern Washington University
Dept of Comm. Sciences & Disorders
The Successful Stuttering Management Program dates for 2017 are July 9 - July 23. This is an intensive program with therapy running 8 hours daily to include weekends. It is an adolescent and adult program. Recommended age for an adolescent is age 14. Exceptions have been made depending on the maturity of the client. Refresher therapy sessions are offered yearly during the final week of the intensive. The fee for the three week program is $3,000 which includes therapy, therapy materials and room and board. Included is the cost of therapy for the refresher program the following summer. The cost for the refresher program alone is $1,000 which includes therapy, therapy materials and room and board. Financial assistance may be available.
Summer Intensive Stuttering Workshop for Teens
Elyse Lambeth, M.S., CCC-SLP
Melissa Kokaly, M.S., CCC-SLP
University of Washington
Speech and Hearing Clinic
4131 15th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105
The Summer Intensive Stuttering Workshop for Teens (aged 13-17) will take place over 5 consecutive days at the University of Washington Speech and Hearing Clinic. Through a combination of individual treatment sessions and group activities, teen participants will learn stuttering management and fluency-enhancing techniques, and work to transfer those skills into their real-life environments. Teens will work alongside their peers who also stutter to develop healthy attitudes and emotional responses to their stuttering. Parents of teens are also expected to participate during scheduled portions of the workshop including: a parent interview; a SLP-facilitated parent education discussion; a panel presentation with adults who stutter; and a final group presentation on the last day of the Workshop.
Monday, June 20th - Friday, June 24th, 2016. Participants arrive at clinic: 9:50 am daily; Participants leave clinic: 3:30 pm daily.
We have received a generous grant from the Seattle Children's Childhood Communication Center to cover the costs for the Workshop this year.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Elyse Lambeth at 206-987-5630 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
ISTAR Stuttering Treatment
Holly Lomheim, MSLP, R.SLP
ISTAR Stuttering Treatment
Suite 1500, College Plaza
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2C8 Canada
ISTAR offers 3-week intensive clinics (6 hrs per day) for adults in June and for teens (ages 11-18) in July for a cost of $4,600.00.
For January 2017, we offer an adult intensive clinic consisting of 10 hours of individual therapy followed by a 2-week intensive clinic for a price of $3,975.00. A 2-week individual intensive clinic(amount of time per day varies depending on the client) followed by a 4-day group camp for children (ages 7-11) and their families is offered in August for a price of $3,185.00.
There are extended therapy programs available throughout the year for preschool children and others for whom intensive clinics are not suitable. Refresher clinics for individuals or small group maintenance sessions are scheduled throughout the year. The current price for assessment appointments is $285.00. Funding options are available.
For more information call, e-mail or visit the web site.