High Hopes is happy to offer a variety of summer camp options this year!
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Children will learn about different styles of dance using
kid-friendly themes. An occupational and physical therapist will utilize a variety of activities to make learning effective and fun! Activities will be broken into the following categories:
Sensory-motor, body awareness, social interaction, and
attention and arousal level. Dance Camp is appropriate for any child who enjoys dancing, moving and music.
Basic Handwriting Camp
Katy Dieckhaus, MS, OTR/L
Handwriting camp is appropriate for children with
pre-writing skills, including the ability to draw shapes, attend to table top tasks for a short period of time, and follow instructions. Children will learn the proper mechanics of print handwriting. Occupational therapists will utilize sensory-motor activities, social interaction, fine motor and visual perceptual skills, and attention and arousal level activities to make learning more effective and fun.
Rhythm & Movement Mini-Dance Camp
Sara Hall, OTR/L and Lauren Haley, DPT
Lacey Horwitz, SLP
Hilary Robinson, MS, CCC-SLP
Jessica Mizell, Family Support Services
High Hopes Art Camp will foster creativity in your child while also encouraging further development of fine motor, cognitive, and language skills. Children will create projects using a variety of art mediums as well as participate in sensory art activities. At the conclusion of Art Camp each day, children will have the opportunity to describe and share their artwork with the other campers. On the last day of Art Camp, parents are invited to join us for the Art Showcase to view the children’s artwork on display.
Fun-Food Summer Camp
Elizabeth Sestini, MS CCC-SLP
The Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding is a Play-Based program that teaches children to eat at a pace that respects their readiness to progress through learning the 32 different steps involved in the task of eating. We teach the children the skills they need in order to eat a wide variety of food types and textures using the natural, social reinforcement of playing with the food and interacting with adults.
Camp rosters are contingent on inclusive ratio, appropriate age grouping, volunteer participation, and available space.
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