Held at Camp Aranzazu - July 22-26, 2020
$1,400 (includes bus, food, lodging, therapy services and activities at camp)
$85 intake fee is required for all new Social Learning campers
Departs from The Parish School at 12 p.m. on Wednesday, July 22 and returns at 4 p.m. on Sunday, July 26.
Giving teenagers the social tools to connect with others
The Parish School’s Camp Connect is a 5-day overnight camp held at Camp Aranzazu for 12- to 16-year-olds who struggle with social skills. From the founder of Camp Social Superheroes, Camp Connect continues to embrace the Social Thinking® methodology. Campers learn to connect with others, adapt to social environments and solve social problems, while enjoying a camp experience with team challenges, rock walls, fun activities and more. Goals are customized for each camper.
Counselors have a background in speech-language pathology and special education, and provide direct therapy within small groups (5:1 student ratio).
Camp Connect focuses on the following concepts:
- Social observation skills
- Understanding and forming friendships
- Conflict resolution
- Hidden social rules for teenagers
If you have questions about camp, contact Renee Attaway, MS, CCC-SLP.