Spring Break Camp
Flexible Age Range of 10-16 Years of Age
Spring Break Camp is a recreational, speech therapy camp filled with plenty of fun, adventure, and activity where every child with a disability can be successful, including those with:
- Developmental Delay
- Mild to Moderate Autism
- Down’s Syndrome
- Cerebral Palsy
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- And any other disorders
A typical experience includes activities that help children develop better social relationships, all with a therapeutic approach.
Spring Break Camp is specifically designed for children, ages 10-16 (flexible), who need extra help developing:
- Peer Relationships
- Communicating Socially
We also welcome siblings and friends to attend our community inclusion program! If you’d like to know more, give our staff a call.
Making Camp Affordable for ALL Families
We believe so firmly, so passionately in this program that we want every child in every family to be able to participate.
This camp is facilitated by professional staff at the Peak Potential Therapy Center located in Northfield, Ohio.
Our Spring Break Camp is effective because of its low ratio!
- Science Center
- Gym – Balls/Games/Races
- Ice Skating
2022 Spring Break Camp
Ages: 10-16 (flexible)
Dates: April 5-9
Time: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Fee: $469 for the full week session or $100 per day for individual days
Before & After Care is not offered for our spring break camp. Furthermore, there are no aides available from Peak Potential Therapy for this camp, but the family can provide an aide for their child with moderate to severe needs in order to attend.
Additional Camp Services Available
Progress Report available upon request
This progress report is $75.
Bound Social Skills Story Book
Space will be limited to only 5 children per week, with a ratio of 2.5 kids to 1 staff member.
“Our daughter who has autism loves this camp. Holly and her staff are in a class of their own. They take such good care of our daughter. Our daughter runs to the door ready to go in the morning because she knows it’s time for camp. We have seen huge progress in her social skills and in her speech. There are more staff to kids which makes it nice for kids that need a little more assistance. We really enjoy this place and they are top-notch! Holly who runs Peak Potential works all the time and dedicates huge amounts of time to parents and children.” – Lawrence Langston (Google review: May 2018)