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Open Registration begins mid to late February, last year's Participants will recieve a By invitation only invite to register Early February. These spots fill up quickly!
Need more info? Check Our Chart below and click on blue links and/or Search our frequently asked questions below to find more information about summer day camps.
Each week of day camp costs $350 for *all groups.
Please note: There will an extra charge ($150 per week) for any child needing one to one support at camp. If you have any questions about this extra charge, please contact Mary at 678-640-2489.
How much of a deposit do I need to make to hold a spot? What if I have a waiver or voucher?
1.Payment in Full (this includes a 25% non-refundable deposit)
2. 25% non-refundable deposit, with monthly installment payments on your credit card.
When enrolling in the installment plan, a deposit will be charged to your credit card on the date registration is submitted. The remaining balance will be automatically charged to your credit card account on the first of each subsequent month. The last payment will be June 1st 2018.
2 weeks of camp = $700
25 % deposit is $175.00 paid on registration date
Balance of $525 divided in equal installments until June 1st 2018.
3. 25% non-refundable deposit, with the balance paid by a 3rd party funding source
This option is ONLY for campers that have a PRE-APPROVED funding source (i.e. NOW, COMP, Respite, Family Support).
Active.com charges a $5.20 non-refundable registration fee for each session.
What type of Summer Day Camp activities do you offer?
The day includes a focused social skills lesson each session along with a variety of engaging activities which include embedded individualized opportunities for learning and practicing correct social behaviors within a group of like peers
Click here to view a sample list of daily activities.
What is a Summer Day Camp Social Skills Lesson Plan like?
Each day includes a focused social skills lesson. Each lesson is designed to target a social behavior required for successful peer relationships, good personal character, and building self-esteem. Click here to view a sample lesson plan.
Why choose Spectrum Day Camp for your child?
Spectrum Day Camp provides direct social skills instruction along with summer fun activities that incorporate the instruction into everyday life skills. Our group leaders are trained to facilitate interaction among the participants so that each child has the opportunity to practice social skills with other children in a meaningful way. It is not the typical therapy session where a lesson is taught and practiced in the therapy room, but a real life session where the skill is actually happening and the children have the opportunity to generalize the social skill appropriately.
Who can attend Spectrum Day Camp?
Spectrum Day Camp is for children to young adults with social, communication, sensory, and behavioral needs interested in making friends, learning to be better friends, and having fun. Participants must be able to function in a group of 8-10 campers with HFA/Asperger's or a group of 4-5 campers who need more adult support to address behaviors and daily living skills. Children with Autism/Asperger's;Communication Disorders; Sensory Integration Disorders and other social skills needs will benefit from participation in Spectrum Day Camp.
When is Spectrum Day Camp?
There will be 7 sessions of day camp this summer in Lawrenceville starting June 4th Campers ages 4 to young adult* are invited to register for this location or the Lawrenceville location. Please choose the location of your choice when registering. All Specialty groups will be held in Lawrenceville.
Click on the week to learn more about the theme and specialty programs available.
|Specialty Groups for HFA Middle School, High School and Young Adults|
|June 24-29||4||Camp Journey Overnight|
|July 23-27||7||Mad Scientist Pro|
Where is Spectrum Day Camp located?
Spectrum day camp will be located at Lawrenceville Church of God, 329 Grayson Highway 20, Lawrenceville, GA 30046.
Is Lunch provided at Spectrum Day Camp:
Each child should bring a lunch and drink from home each day except Friday when we will serve pizza. There is a microwave to warm up food if needed.
Does my child need to bring a water bottle?
Water bottles are provided and kept at camp until Friday each week. Water bottles should be returned to camp each week your child attends camp.
What should campers wear to Spectrum Day Camp?
Please dress your child in clothes that can get dirty and tennis shoes. Many of the activities at camp are messy.
An extra set of clothes should be sent on Monday each week to stay at camp. Please label all your child's belongs with his/her last name.
Will there be a need for a swim suit and towel at camp?
Water play is scheduled for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday each week, please send a swim suit and towel to camp on these days. All swim suits, towels and sunscreen must be labeled with your child's name.
Are electronic devices allowed at Spectrum Day Camp?
No, please do not bring any valuable items such as electronic devices to camp. The day's activities provide many opportunities for games with friends including time to practice teamwork, competition, and social interaction while playing interactive Wii games.
How can I share Spectrum Day Camp with my friends and my child's school?
Spectrum Day Camp is available to participants from all areas. Please fee free to forward our emails, contact information, or print and send our flyers to your friends, family, school, and community. Click here for a link to registration and more information
Looking for Day Camps in nearby areas? Click here to access our day camps in other counties
Open Registration begins mid to late February, last year's Participants will recieve a By invitation only invite to register Early Februry. These spots fill up quickly!
Spectrum Camps and Clubs Summer Day Camp is provided through a sponsorship from Spectrum Autism Support Group, Inc. and is managed by Social Skills Today.
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