The Lab School's summer programs are designed to help students discover their strengths, exercise their creativity, overcome academic difficulties, and prepare for the school year ahead. Through the exploration of math, literature, technology, and art, your child enjoys the continuity necessary for maintaining academic progress.
Camp Excel focus on developing social skills and the social awareness necessary for better relationships with other children and adults.
Explicit Social Thinking and Executive Functioning Skill Building disguised as FUN!
Camp Towhee is a therapeutic residential program for children and adolescents with learning disabilities who experience social, emotional and behavioural problems. Located on a beautiful lakefront property in Haliburton, Ontario, Camp Towhee provides the perfect environment for making new friends and experiencing success.
Special Ministries provides meaningful social experiences for people with a range of developmental disabilities.
The camp is for children 5-12 with attention deficits, learning difficulties, and other complex needs that often result in academic, social, and behavioral difficulties.
Camp Interact runs August 6-10, 2018, for children with social difficulties. Camp activities includes funshops, lesson time, drama, team building, and a special activity each day.
Social Beginnings Summer Camp offers day programs in Howard County where children with special needs can develop new friendships, new social skills, and have a blast! Our highly trained staff ensure that each child's experience is individualized in order to meet their needs and maximize growth.
During a five week experience, we help children improve their confidence and ability to make friends by providing a fun and creative environment. We provide a variety of activities that range from traditional camp activities, arts and crafts, theatre, to executive functioning skill development and social thinking skills.
The Joyful Hearts program is specially designed for individuals who have developmental disabilities. This program provides a quality camping experience in a safe, Christian environment.
Summer Social Skills Camps and Social Skills Groups to improve friendship and social skills, gain confidence, and to have fun!
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.
The Gow School's five-week program is designed for students ages 8-16 who possess the potential to excel but who have struggled in school or who have been diagnosed with such learning disabilities as dyslexia, central auditory processing disorder, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, ADHD, and ADD.
Greenville Optimists Camp takes campers who have a disability or who come from an at-risk household.
We are looking for students entering 4th through 9th grades with characteristics of dyslexia who are interested in improving their reading comprehension, writing, math, and study skills. This is the perfect opportunity to learn interesting, effective ways to get the most from reading and to learn effective techniques for improving writing and math skills.
Social skill groups with direct instruction and practice for the functional social skills necessary for developing for strong and lasting friendships.
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.
Challenge is a five-week summer program for elementary students with mild to moderate learning or language disabilities. The program focuses on maintenance of academic skills, instruction in new strategies to succeed in school, and the continuing development of self-esteem.