Summer Camp (K-6)

*** Not offered in 2017! ***

We are preparing for our expansion to High School, and apologize for the inconvenience!


Our 4 week summer camp program combines the fun of typical summer day camp activities with the benefits of evidence-based social skill instruction and supports.  Each week we will have a different theme to allow children to focus and learn about a topic, while also expanding their interests and abilities.  There will be age-appropriate activities planned for each theme in the areas of art, dance, music, drama, science, recreation/games, social skills, and community.

This year we are excited to add field trips to our list of summer camp fun!  Each week, kids will visit a community attraction related to the theme of the week.  Parent/caregiver transportation and supervision may be required.



Summer Campers exploring during “Mystery Week”

Children with autism will be able to:

  • Learn and improve social, communication, leisure, and recreational skills
  • Make friends
  • Explore and expand their individual strengths and interests
  • Feel happy, accepted, and anxiety-free
  • Have FUN!!

Sample Schedule

9:00: Move! Have fun playing group games or visit one of our outside stations (water, sand, bubbles, and more!)

9:30: Build! Use Legos, blocks, Lincoln Logs, and Kinex to build houses, buildings, castles, and more!

10:00: Eat! Enjoy a yummy, healthy snack from home :)

10:15: Care! Attend a social skills group led by a licensed, Special Education teacher and learn how to have a conversation, accept no, recognize feelings, and get along with others <3

10:45: Create! Complete a structure art activity using a typical (crayons, paint, etc) and unexpected (feathers, sticks, etc) materials!

11:15: Play! Dress up in silly clothes, play with toys, and pretend real life scenarios!

11:45: Clean and Pack Up

12:00: Pick Up


Monday- Friday: 9am-12pm

July 24th – August 18th (Please see Summer Learning for our June summer option)



*Children attending Summer Camp must be able to (1) communicate verbally, (2) participate in a small group, (3) be potty trained, and (4) have no aggressive, self-injurious, or destructive behaviors.*