Are you looking for a fun and educational summer camp for your child who struggles with reading? Look no further than The Morris Center’s Brain Camp! At The Morris Center, they believe that every child deserves the opportunity to improve in reading, writing, and spelling skills in a supportive and engaging environment. Their camp is designed specifically for children who struggle with learning, and the experienced and trained staff is here to help your child succeed.
During the program, your child will participate in a variety of fun and interactive activities. Through the use of research- and evidence-based techniques, your child will build reading and spelling skills, all while having a great time with their peers. This program is also designed to help build confidence and self-esteem. Learning can be a frustrating experience for some kids, but with a supportive and positive environment, students are able to have an overall rewarding experience.
The Morris Center also offers a variety of other fun summer camp activities, including arts and crafts, outdoor play, games, and more. Their goal is to provide a well-rounded experience for your children, so they can have a summer full of fun and learning.
June 19 – July 28, 2023
9am – 3pm
Ages 4 – 22
From a giant water slide to a petting zoo, bubble truck to hot air balloon rides, Camp Possible has been the premier summer day camp in Northeast Florida for those with special needs. Camp Possible serves special needs youth ages (6-21) through multi-sensory and therapeutic activities to bolster friendships, increase self-esteem, social interaction skills, and emotional regulation through super fun recreational activities in a secure and exciting environment.
The 2023, six-week session at Camp Possible offers a specially designed curriculum for special needs campers who have language-based learning disabilities, including dyslexia, learning disabilities, ADHD, central auditory processing disorder, down syndrome, autism spectrum disorder, mood disorders and social problems.
Wk1 – Super You!
Wk 2 – Sea, Sand and Sun
Wk 3 – Stars and Stripes
Wk 4 – Pirate Invasion
Wk 5 – Seuss on the Loose
Wk 6 – Wacky Water
Art projects, outdoor play, music and movement activities, and more! For ages 3–22, with physical and/or developmental disabilities. We focus on abilities, not diagnoses, and try to strengthen each camper’s self-confidence. We support social and emotional well-being and growth and provide a structured environment where kids thrive! Siblings are welcome to sign up, too.
Campers are grouped by age, maturity, and need. Camp Hope maintains a 1:5 teacher: student ratio. All program costs are included in a weekly fee of $450 and no registration fees apply. Financial assistance may be available.
Spring Days of Hope
March 13 – 17, 20, 2023
7:30am – 6pm
This fun-filled camp is for ages 3-22. The theme is Spring into STEAM! (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math). Hands-on activities focusing on STEAM and movement. Lots of extra activities planned:
- Daily art exploration
- Music therapy with Connecting Thru Music
- Daily access to a gym, playground, and sensory gym
Call to register: 904-346-5100
Schedule your Camp Hope tour today!
Kids Connect is a therapeutic summer camp that is geared towards improving both sensory and emotional regulation, language development, and socialization with an additional emphasis on feeding challenges. The camp is run by one speech- language pathologist and one occupational therapist who have extensive training and experience with children who face developmental challenges. Therapists use the Greenspan Floortime approach to facilitate social emotional skills that may be impacting your child’s ability to connect with others as well as participate in daily activities.
This is a 3 week, half day camp held Monday – Thursday. Our Starfish Group (2yrs-4yrs) will be from 9am-12pm and our Pelican Group (5yrs-8yrs) will be from 1pm-4pm. Please contact us for more information on costs and camp schedule of the day.
We Rock the Spectrum Jacksonville is committed to providing a safe, nurturing, and fun environment to foster learning, exploration and safe sensory experiences. Through our nonprofit My Brother Rocks The Spectrum Foundation, we provide social skills groups and activities for children across the spectrum.
We Rock the Spectrum Jacksonville provides children with a fun and motivational environment to help them in the areas of strength, movement, sensory processing, communication, positive behavior modification, social interactions, and self-care skills. Our unique equipment assists all children in their neurological growth and development.
Camp Wego is a great alternative to summer camps. Camp Wego offers high-quality tours for children and adults with special needs year around. Our travel programs are specialized for travelers with Developmental Disabilities, Autism, Learning Disabilities, ADHD and Asperger’s syndrome.
At Camp Wego, we are always on the go. Nonstop adventures beginning at dawn until …
We offer trips to Walt Disney, Bush Gardens, Sea World, Hawaii, Las Vegas, Nashville Tn., Costa Rica, cruises and many more places.
This week-long summer camp provides career readiness skills for students age 15-21 who have disabilities. We will be focusing on four core topics: career exploration, work readiness training, work experience, and self-advocacy. Our goal is to empower students to live independent lives by obtaining these skills. Guest speakers and field trips will be core components of the curriculum.
Students who complete 50 hours of camp will receive a certificate of completion and valuable skills to put on their resumes.
Keystone offers summer camps for all ages. On Jacksonville’s Southside, check out Keystone Child Development Center Summer Camp, ages 18 months through kindergarten and Keystone Success Through Change Camps, ages 5 to 22, both open for all children, as well as Keystone Summer Program designed specially for children with special needs, ages 5 to 22.
Keystone’s Spring Break Camp offers an enriching and fun experience for children ages 3 to 18 diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Children will be placed in a low ratio group with trained behavior therapists. Focusing on a different country daily, a variety of activities will be provided such as:
• Vocational skills (daily living skills, job ready skills)
• Academic Skills (reading, math, language arts)
• Social Skills (play skills, interacting with peers)
• Enriching Field Trips (zoo, community parks)
• Health & Safety (community helpers, community skills)
• Physical activity (gross motor skills, exercise)
Cost is $400 for the week and a $50 nonrefundable registration fee.
Contact Matt Delaney, [email protected], 904.619.6071, or visit http://www.keystonebehavioral.com to receive a registration packet which must be completed and returned by the deadline.
Summer Life Skills Program
LifeSkills Outreach and Learning Supports (LOLS) is a non profit organization dedicated to providing transitional services for youth with disabilities. Our center, Jacksonville LifeSkills Center, a division of LOLS, provides educational services and Life Skills training throughout the year in a natural home like environment. This environment offers an ideal setting for the facilitation of critical life skills to youth with Autism and other developmental disabilities.
Jacksonville LifeSkills Center is conducting a summer program which targets specific areas of independent daily living. These areas include caring for personal health, eating at home and in the community, and maintaining living environments. All targets are introduced and worked on in an environment that facilitates socially responsible behavior and relationships.
Summer program is geared toward high school aged students ages 14-22, with autism and other developmental disabilities. Potential applicants must be ambulatory, have manageable behaviors, and the ability to eat independently. Transportation to and from program is NOT available. Lunch is not provided.
Camp Abilities is a developmental sports camp for students with visual impairments. This year will be our first annual camp. The ages of the participants ranges from Age 9-Age 16.
The week will consist of camping (in cabins), s’mores, camp fires, cook outs, and all the fun that goes with camping. 5 nights of independence, adapted sports, and meeting other with similar abilities.
A LOSS OF SIGHT, NEVER A LOSS OF VISION!
Angelwood Summer Day Camp keeps campers busy, interactive, and entertained with a variety of activities such as music, arts & crafts, recreation, and large group activities like water day.
The mission of The Jericho School (non profit 501(c) 3 corporation) is to provide comprehensive, individualized science-based education not otherwise available in our community. We believe those children with autism and other developmental delays deserve the opportunity to reach their full potential. The school’s curriculum provides effective treatment and education programs to children and their families based on Applied Behavior Analysis and Verbal Behavior.
The Jericho School is now accepting registrations for the 2015 Summer Program. This is not a Summer Camp where your child learns new arts and crafts. This will be four weeks of intensive Applied Behavior Analysis and Verbal Behavior services for children with developmental disabilities. Each child will receive a comprehensive and Individualized Program with identified goals and objectives for acquisition of targeted skills. You can choose a two week program or take advantage of all four weeks for the Intensive Individualized Summer Program.
We provide a 6-day recreational, overnight camp for persons who have physical, emotional, or mental disabilities.
During each of our summer sessions, up to 150 children with like illnesses arrive for a week of fun, adventure, and independence. The prescription for the day is fun, fun, fun! Laughter, giggles, friendships, and excitement abound on the 232 acres of tall pines, majestic oaks and nature trails.
Campers are empowered to do things they never dreamed they could do. They are infused with a spirit of accomplishment at every turn and allowed to forget that “they have what they have.” For many of them it is the first time they’ve felt “normal” since their diagnosis
Multiple sessions of overnight camp offer our campers the chance to come to camp and catch a fish, make a woodshop project, or climb our high tower while making some wonderful new friends. Each session of camp we host a different illness group.