The Clubhouse Centers Summer Camps – Arizona

The Clubhouse Centers in Arizona has announced four uniquely themed summer camp options for children on the autism spectrum. Camp sessions run for either four or eight weeks and begin on June 7, 2010 and run through July 29, 2010. Sessions are held Monday through Thursday and both AM and PM sessions are available.

Camp Move & Groove
Occupational and physical therapists have joined forces to create a fun movement-based summer camp opportunity for children aged 3 – 12. Participants will work on motor planning, sensory integration, core strength, and coordination by participating in a fun obstacle course, rock climbing, jumbling, karate, dancing, and much more.

Camp Chit Chat
Speech pathologists and music therapists will be working together to provide campers aged 3 – 12 with a fun language-based camp experience. Students will work on pragmatic language, friendships, problem solving, and conversational speech.

Camp Reading Rocks
Children between the ages of 5 and 12 can participate in this fun language-based program facilitated by speech pathologists and music therapists.

Camp Write On
Occupational therapists will facility fun activities that will help children aged 5 – 10 improve their fine motor control, coordination, core strength, and posture. These activities will ultimately improve your child’s handwriting.

For more information about these summer camp opportunities in Phoenix, Arizona call The Clubhouse at 602-368-8601.

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  1. Michelle Buttenob says:

    I’m looking for a great summer program for my son, Cameron. He turns 5 in June and has high-functioning autism. We live in Scottsdale,AZ.

  2. The Clubhouse Centers Summer Camps in Phoenix sound like what I’m looking for. I have an autistic grandson in Phoenix, and I’d like him to participate in the kind of program you described. I’d also like to be able to go with him. I wanted this to be a time we could reconnect, since I don’t get to see him often. I am a special education teacher in Independence, Mo.. I’d appreciate information on what you have to offer for this coming summer and the cost.

    • Hi Lynn, Thanks for the comment – I will see what I can find out about a 2011 program and post. If you haven’t already, please subscribe to my RSS feed to receive notification of updates to my blog.

    • Hi Lynn, No information is available about the summer 2011 programs yet. My guess is that more info will be online in about a month. Thanks!