There are many summer camp options: sports, arts, overnight, adventure... Choose one to match your child's interests and abilities.
Encourage children to spend the summer months learning and developing specialized skills.
Parents worry about safety when they send their kids to camp. States vary in their laws and regulations regarding summer camp, so it’s important to ask these questions and get the answers you need for a safe summer camp experience.
Don't worry. Your child will make friends at summer camp. Most camps have trained counselors who facilitate friendships especially among children who may be introverted or have special needs.
Prominent leaders agree that development of the 4C’s: Communication, Collaboration, Critical thinking and Creativity are necessary to compete in today’s job market.
The right summer camp can spark a love for the outdoors in even the most indoorsy child.
With the right preparation, your child with special needs can enjoy day or overnight camp this summer.
Many camps restrict campers' use of smartphones and other electronic devices. How can you get your child ready to separate from technology?