Training begins prior to the arrival of the campers and continues throughout the camp experience. Training includes lecture, discussion, small group problem solving and practice of speech modification and counseling skills.
Graduate students have the opportunity to collaborate closely with fluency experts as well as speech-language pathologists and other graduate student from across the world.
Learning objectives include:
- Apply evidenced based therapy strategies to assist school-age youth in increasing fluency of speech;
- Utilize counseling skills in order to assist school-age youth in talking openly about feelings and attitudes related to stuttering;
- Collect pre- and post-treatment data for progress in motor, affective, social, and cognitive domains related to the stuttering problem; and,
- Educate parents and others regarding progress across motor, affective, social, and cognitive domains.
Join the network of graduate students who have attended Camp Shout Out from:
Western Michigan University, University of Western Ontario, Central Michigan University, Minnesota State, Seton Hall, Calvin College, University of Texas, Northern Arizona University, Teacher’s College: Columbia University, Michigan State University, Northwestern University, University of Pittsburgh, Eastern Michigan University, George Washington University