Let's Grow OuTside Nature Camp
Pre-K - ages 3-5
Elementary ages K-6
Grow OuTside uses the amazing benefits of nature to help kids increase self-esteem, spark a love for nature, solve problems, and socialize with peers.
Grow OuTside is led by Occupational Therapist, Joni, who is known to inspire creativity, laughter and joy to those around her!
The space that we have available for this camp gives alot of opportunities for children to explore various realms of nature.
**This camp is held at our South University location.
3001 11th St. So., Fargo
The House of Everyday Learning groups and professional services are provided to families in our community and beyond. This is made possible with facilitation of these programs through Beyond Boundaries Therapy.
The community outreach free screenings typically take place off-site on the Mobile Therapy Unit.
Resource Lending Library
This program will provide families and professionals accessibility to up-to-date resources and materials free of charge on a lending basis.
Group 1: Grades K-2
Group 2: Grades 3-5
This camp will provide a fun, motivating, and non-threatening way for children to explore their social-emotional thinking and interactions.
Children will increase their knowledge of social expectations, awareness of their own behavior and how to modify their language and actions with flexible strategies. Children that have difficulty monitoring and regulating their own behaviors can benefit from this program. It provides a fun forum in which they can explore their own challenges and identify ways to modify their thoughts, actions, and words in different settings through the use of games, videos, role playing, and working together to complete various activities.
**This camp is held at our newly renovated 45th location. 3501 45th St. So., Fargo
Therapy with use of Equine Movement (hippotherapy)
The House of Everyday Learning provides scholarships for the hippotherapy program in partnership with Bison Strides (NDSU). This is made possible with Beyond Boundaries Therapists using evidence-based practices and clinical reasoning to purposely manipulate the movement of the horse to engage the client’s sensory, neuromotor and cognitive systems to achieve functional outcomes (American Hippotherapy Association, 2020).
Clients must be at least 2 years old and have no contraindications for mounted equine movement.