Camps

Therapeutic and Recreational Camps for Children

Throughout the year, Peak Potential Therapy provides several options for children of all ages to participate in therapeutic and recreational camps. These camps provide a safe, comfortable setting for your child to practice important social skills, maintain a routine through breaks from school, and—most importantly—to have fun with friends! Only 14 percent of all typical camps are available to children with Special Needs. We created these camps because we believe strongly that every child should have an opportunity for a wonderful camp experience.

All of our camps feature the following:

  • Facilitation by a Peak Potential Therapy staff member
  • Low ratios of children to staff members
  • An environment in which every child will be successful
  • Affordable pricing options

Learn more about each of our unique camp offerings:

For each of our camps, you can reserve your child’s spot with a $100 deposit and complete necessary registration forms online. In an effort to make camp affordable, families who are paying out of pocket will receive a 10% discount off the regular cost of camp.

Grant Funding Sources

We understand that for many families, finding financial assistance and grant funding for therapy services can be a struggle. To help make it easier to access these resources, we’ve compiled an extensive list of grant sources. These sources can provide financial assistance with a variety of therapy services provided by Peak Potential Therapy.

Camp Descriptions

S.M.I.L.E. Summer Camp Camp A.B.C. Camp Wonder Camp Suntastic
Ages 5-10 and 10-16
(Alternating weekly sessions)
3-6 years of age 6-10 years of age 6+ years of age
Days Monday-Friday Three days/week Monday-Thursday Friday only
Dates End of May-August
Times 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Location Center and Community Center Center Community
Characteristics Different outing every day of the week (the pool, Zip City, the Zoo, museums, horseback riding, etc.) Working on generalizing IEP and social communication skills in the community. Social developmental play skills group for preschoolers. Follows the principles of ABA. Group activities include science experiments, team projects, group art projects, etc. Different outing every Friday (the pool, Zip City, the Zoo, museums, etc.) Working on generalizing IEP and social communication skills in the community.
Population Served (same for all camps) Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADD, ADHD, Cerebral Palsy, Developmental Delay, Down’s Syndrome, Emotional Disturbance, Intellectual Disability, Multiple Disabilities, Specific Learning Disability, Speech/Language Impairment, Traumatic Brain Injury, other disorders
Staff Speech therapist and aides to maintain a 5:2 ratio; children with moderate to severe needs can attend with the support of a 1:1 aide. This aide can be provided by PPT or by the family. All camps will have a screening process to determine proper placement and/or if the child needs an aide. Speech therapist and aides to maintain a 3:1 ratio; children with severe needs can attend with the support of a 1:1 aide. This aide can be provided by PPT or by the family. All camps will have a screening process to determine proper placement and/or if the child needs an aide. Intervention Specialist or BCBA trainee and aides to maintain a 3:1 ratio; children with severe needs can attend with the support of a 1:1 aide. This aide can be provided by PPT or by the family. All camps will have a screening process to determine proper placement Therapist and aides to maintain a 3:1 ratio; children with moderate to severe needs can attend with the support of a 1:1 aide. This aide can be provided by PPT or by the family. All camps will have a screening process to determine proper placement and/or if the child needs an aide.