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Where Social Skills Means Building Relationships

SUMMER CAMP

Enrollment OPEN

Weeks: 

  1. May 27 - 31
  2. June 3 - 7
  3. June 10 - 14
  4. June 17 - 21  (4)
  5. June 24 - 28  (6)
  6. July 1 - 5  (8)
  7. July 8 - 12  (5)
  8. July15 - 19  (2)
  9. July 22 - 26  (5)
  10. July 29 - Aug 2  (6)

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NEW Price - $300 per week

NEW Times - 9 am to 12 noon

NEW Days - Monday - Friday

NEW Location - Marcus Jewish Communicty Center (MJCCA)

 

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  • Receipt will be included
  • Health Savings Account (HSA) credit cards are accepted

 

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IS YOUR TEEN STRUGGLING WITH SCHOOL OR FAMILY LIFE?

 

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Armann's blog

Words = Attitude

This week I found an old blue bracelet from Autism Speaks. It has the words "Express, Embrace, Engage, Enable, and Expand" engraved in it. These are excellent words to encourage families and professionals to treat children on the Autistic Spectrum in a caring, supportive, and social way.
 

When is it a good time?

When is the best time to INTERACT, RELATE, and COMMUNICATE with your child? This is a commonly asked question, and understandably so.  We are all very busy in our daily life with work, school, sports, and other extra curricular activities. Many parents spend hours driving their kids from one activity to another, so when can we find time to build meaningful relationships?
 
The answer is simple... ANYTIME:
Driving around town, INTERACT, RELATE, and COMMUNICATE

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