MGH Aspire: Year-Round Autism & Asperger's Programs: We offer fall, spring and summer programs to help children, teens, and adults with high cognitive autism spectrum disorder or a related social profile make social connections and develop independence.
Interventions Unlimited, Inc. is proud to offer our signature social skills camp !!!
Speech and language camp for kids (ages 4-8)
Camp Triumph is a therapeutic day camp in Massachusetts. It offers a supportive environment designed to help children with special needs increase their feelings of self-esteem and improve their social, physical and psychological competence.
Brehm Preparatory School's Summer Scenarios is an epic, open-ended, multi-player experiential learning adventure where participants become self sufficient exploring basic survival skills, learn to survive as a tribe as they explore their environment.
Helping Improve Social-skills Through Evidence-based Practices (HI-STEP): 5-week day program focusing on developing children's social-emotional & problem-solving skills through group social skills training, individualized attention, sports & recreational activities, creative arts, & academic-related activities.
Ascendigo welcomes people ages 5 and up with an autism spectrum disorder, including classic autism, PDD-NOS, Asperger's and related diagnoses. Participants of any athletic ability can succeed. We pride ourselves in ensuring progress in our sports while having lots of fun!
Summer Social Skills Camps and Social Skills Groups to improve friendship and social skills, gain confidence, and to have fun!
True Friends is a non profit organizatioon providing services for children and adults with developmental, physical and learning disabilities. We are accredited by the American Camp Association.
Camp Easterseals creates an environment that emphasizes the campers' abilities and independence, as well as the development of their leisure skills, social skills and appreciation of the outdoors.
Monarch's five-week ESY program is designed for individuals ages 13-20 with Autism Spectrum Disorders (and similar social skills deficits) who are interested in developing leadership, communication, social and life skills, while performing community service projects.
GET MOVING GET SOCIAL is a therapeutic summer camp that is guaranteed to be an enjoyable experience for your children. They will have daily workouts and develop their sports skills by learning the techniques of several sports as they develop their social skills. Each day will incorporate social activities and physical activities. We will also have some time for an arts and craft project and some yoga.
Daisy Recreation Program for persons with special needs.
SLICK is a camp for kids with receptive and/or expressive language impairments. It is designed to be a fun way to work on goals such as reading comprehension, vocabulary, following directions, social skills, and inferencing.
Special programming and trained mental health staff provide opportunities for growth and coaching in friendship skills, coping, anger management, and self worth especially for children with ADHD, Asperger's, Bipolar and other challenges.
Camp Connect is for students in K-12 school grades with diagnoses of Autism and other related disorders. Activities include: structured academic activities, affect management, arts and crafts, music, fitness and recreational skills and social communication.
Free overnight summer camp for BC kids with disabilities
Summer Treehouse is a camp designed to support social, emotional and physical growth and well-being in children ages 4-10 during a fun, engaging three-week intensive session. Grow Thru Play and Parent to Child are partnering to bring together therapies that support the whole child from fine-motor skills, gross-motor skills and sensory integration, to social learning, music, art and imaginative play.
Sib Leaders In Training (SibLIT) is for older teens interested is connecting with other siblings who understand the challenges and joys of growing up with a sibling with disabilities. Campers stay in cabins. Guides facilitate team-building and leadership activities.
Campers will have access to stimulating activities that nurture both individual and social needs. By creating a safe environment that promotes social reciprocity, we are able to provide opportunities for our campers to learn and grow.