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Let's Grow OuTside Nature Camp

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!

Coping after COVID

Grades 4-7

Empowering kids to overcome big obstacles.  This camp will teach kids healthy coping tools when dealing with changes in routines, social gatherings, and school structure. ​

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Social Connections

Group 1:  Grades K-2

Group 2:  Grades 3-5

The purpose of the Social Connections group is to provide a fun, motivating, and non-threatening way for children to explore their social thinking.   

Children will increase their knowledge of social expectations, their 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. 

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Sibling Support Program

Group 1:  Grades K-6

Group 2:  Grades 7-12

The Sibling Support Program provides brothers and sisters of children with life threatening illness and/or special needs an opportunity to meet other siblings in a relaxed, fun, recreational setting.    

This group provides siblings with an opportunity to learn how others handle situations commonly experienced by siblings of children with special needs, to; learn more about the implications of their sibling’s special needs.  The Sibling Support Program addresses siblings’ own feelings of guilt, embarrassment, shame, loneliness, resentment and opportunities frequently experienced by brothers and sisters of people with special needs.  Siblings of children with a serious illness can be overlooked by parents and family consumed with the care of a sick brother or sister and/or a sibling with special needs.  The Sibling Support Program provides this unique opportunity to wholeheartedly address the siblings in a relaxed, supported setting. 

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.