Start Planning for Summer 2020
It’s never too early to start planning for our upcoming 2020 summer intervention programs!
2020 Camp Dates:
- Wauseon: June 01-26
- Springfield: July 06-31
Sara’s Garden offers amazing summer intervention programs for children with disabilities. These month-long programs deliver inclusive therapies that provide interventions for individuals with a variety of conditions and disabilities.
Our caring and experienced staff of licensed therapists, conductors and paraprofessionals create unique, intensive therapy-based programs that are tailored to the needs of each participant and are designed to enhance your child’s developmental skills. This approach not only helps your child to work towards greater independence, it also keeps the regression of skills and development that typically occurs over the summer months at bay.
Goals of these programs include:
Improving Interpersonal Skills:
- Relationship building
- Responding to his/her name
- Learning the names of peers
- Basic conversation skills
- Behavioral skill development
Improving Fine and Gross Motor Skills:
- Range of motion
- Sitting and standing
- Walking and transfers
- Self feeding
- Independent living skills
Improving Language Skills:
- Vocabulary knowledge and understanding
- Basic concepts
- Following verbally presented directions
- Improving story comprehension
- Improve Reading/Writing Skills
Improving Social Skills:
- Turn Taking
- Initiating communication
- Informing and directing others
Our summer intervention programs also provide support for children who use augmentative communication systems (low tech or high tech) who have language and literacy skills and need more experience with peer to peer social skills.
We serve clients with (but not limited to): ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, CDKL5, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Near Drowning, Seizure Disorders, Sensory Processing Disorders, Spina Bifida, Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury.
Additional information is being compiled on potential funding and grant options for families in need of financial support.
For more information, please contact Ronda Rupp at 833.668.7272 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.