We are Brandon Towle, Founder, and James McNaughton, Executive Director, of Camp Words Unspoken, New England’s first overnight camp for youths and teens who stutter.  Camp Words Unspoken (CWU) is coming to N

ew England in 2021!  Our doors are open and our hearts are ready to make an impact on the lives of kids who stutter.      

If you are in contact with students or children who stutter, who you feel would benefit from a therapeutic summer camp experience, please share the attached flyer with them or with a legal parent/guardian. Registration is NOW OPEN! Please start having the conversation with your students and encourage them to take advantage of this exciting opportunity for friendship, adventure, building self-esteem and acceptance, coupled with fluency strategy intervention. 

August 22-27, 2021, will mark the launch of the inaugural week of this amazing overnight camp experience for children and teens who stutter between the ages of 8-18 years old. CWU provides an innovative therapy approach in a safe and supportive environment. Nestled in East Otis, MA on beautiful Larkum Lake, camp activities include swimming, canoeing, water trampoline, paddle boarding, arts & crafts, amphitheater group activities, archery, athletic field games, basketball and much

more!!

Therapeutic fluency sessions will be conducted by speech language pathologists from a wide variety of backgrounds. In addition, graduate students from state college communication sciences and disorders programs will be in attendance to assist with program needs.  

Campers will have a chance to meet and hear from our spokesperson Jeffery Staab. Mr. Staab is a seasoned award-winning Hollywood actor and stuttering advocate who has appeared in over 100 movies and TV series. Best known for his featured roles in Christmas at the Chateau & Found Wandering Lost, he can’t wait to share his story.

We would love for your students to be part of the CWU program and don’t want anyone to miss out on this amazing opportunity. If you can, please share CWU’s information with families and speech-language pathologists; it would be greatly appreciated. Ourcamp team is looking forward to meeting your students!

Financial assistance is available and we would be happy to support all interested individuals during these difficult times.  For more information, please visit www.campwordsunspoken.org or write to campwordsunspoken@gmail.com

Stay safe & healthy, we look forward to hearing from you soon. 

Sincerely, 

Brandon Towle, Founder & Director
James McNaughton, Executive Director