Communication Camp

Sertoma-Schiefelbusch Summer Programs

Each year, the Lawrence Sertoma Club and Schiefelbusch Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic collaborate to host Communication Camp. Due to the COVID-19 health pandemic, we were forced to cancel Communication Camp in 2020. In 2021, we hoped Communication Camp would return but COVID-19 continues to wreak uncertainty in our community. Instead of one large camp with 90 campers and dozens of speech-language pathologists and student speech-language pathologists, we are excited to offer alternative options called Sertoma-Schiefelbusch Summer Programs

The Sertoma-Schiefelbusch Summer Programs bring children together to explore their world and improve their communication skills while participating in fun activities. The programs are staffed by students and faculty from the Schiefelbusch Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic. To learn more about program options, dates, and initial program registration, please click here to view/download our flyer

If you have difficulty accessing the flyer or have questions, please contact our office manager, Sarah Domingos ( or 785-864-4690).  

As of 5/3/2021: We have used our allotted number of Sertoma Scholarships for our Summer Programs and the Move and Grow program is full.  If you would like to register for Articulation Adventures or AAC camp at full fee ($185) or be placed on the Move and Grow waitlist, please contact Sarah Domingos (  Our Fluency Book Clubs are still open for registration (below). 


Teen and Adult Fluency Book Clubs (Virtual)

Also, we will host book clubs for teens and adults who stutter. These interactive programs for people who stutter will dive into real-world applications of the stuttering experience. We’ll engage relevant topics that help people who stutter hold meaningful conversations, build confidence and effective communication, and cultivate friendships!

Please see our Teen Book Club flyer and Adult Book Club flyer.  Please contact Ana Paula Mumy ( for additional details. 

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