Summer Camp

Happy children silhouettes on summer meadow running and jumping

Some children make excellent progress throughout the school year only to regress during the summer months. Summer camp is an excellent way to keep your child talking! Most are day camps during the weekdays where the child is not required to stay overnight. This is a fun way for them to interact with peers or meet new kids as they maintain the social skills they have learned. Camp is a more relaxed atmosphere than school. There are no boring academic classes, only fun, fun, fun! They are given the opportunity to participate in all kinds of activities like crafts, swimming, go-carts, archery, ice cream shack, etc. Camp also helps prevent loneliness, as most Selectively Mute kids are isolated during the summer with no friends. This gives them an outlet to prevent the summertime blues.

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