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2023 Summer Enrichment Camps

Looking for summer camp with a twist for your child?  EXPLORE Pediatric Therapy's Enrichment Camps are jam-packed with summer fun for children who need a bit more structure to get through the camp day

What is our camp like?

It is 5 days of summer camp fun but through an Occupational Therapy lens. This means, each camp week has a maximum of 6 kids. There are 2-3 adults for the group, giving a high ratio of support and allowing us to focus on optimal child development skills. 

Does your child receive Occupational Therapy services during the school year? If so, this is a great opportunity to give your child the "camp" experience but in a supported environment!

Details

Camp is 100% outdoors, helping connect kids to nature and each other through outdoor exploration. Games and activities are modified so that all children can participate.

Enrichment camp is not a free for all. It is a camp with trained pediatric specialists who are well equipped for challenges & big feelings that may arise. 

Parents will receive a note and/or video debrief at the end of each camp day so that they are in the know of what their child did during camp.

Our Why

Many children who have a diagnosis can not attend "regular summer camp" because it is a free for all and has very little structure - making it challenging for some. We want to bring the Summer Camp experience to all children, including the ones we serve! But the kicker is that camp is going to be run by trained pediatric specialists who are prepared for a meltdown or a child becoming overstimulated. This way, parents can feel comfortable knowing their child is in good hands for the day.

Dates & Locations 

Week 1: June 26-30, Ages 5-7, 9am-12pm, Willow Brook Farm, PEMBROKE MA 

Week 2: July 10-14, Ages 5-7, 9am-12pm, Willow Brook Farm, PEMBROKE MA

Week 3: July 17-21, Ages 6-8, 9am-12pm, Couch Beach,  MARSHFIELD MA

Week 4: July 24-28, Ages 6-8, 9am – 12pm, Couch Beach, MARSHFIELD MA

Who is this camp for?

Our Summer Enrichment Camp is great for ANY child! It is especially great for children who need extra support from a trained pediatric specialist. This means your child may already have a diagnosis, is on a 504 Plan or IEP at school, is in the process of undergoing testing and evaluation, or you know in your gut that your child would feel overwhelmed by traditional camp. In traditional summer camp, the people in charge are generally high school or college students who may not be equipped to handle dysregulation or emotional distress. 

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