Virtual Activity Fair via Zoom
March 15th, 6:30pm-8pm
Ann Arbor Parent Advisory Committee for Special Education & Washtenaw Intermediate SD Parent Advisory Committee
6:30pm Organizations will introduce themselves to audience with short presentations on summer activities available this summer, followed by Q&A in corresponding breakout rooms
Many thanks to this evening’s participates!
Sign up and information on summer activities 2021:
CNLD Testing &Therapy – The College Roadmap Seminar will offer information and support to rising juniors and seniors as they consider their post-high school plans. Students will clarify what they are looking for in a college learning environment, access resources to investigate different post-secondary options, create a personalized list of possibilities, and learn about the steps of the college application process. The seminar includes an evening parent Zoom presentation. Sign up here.
St. Francis Camp on the Lake serves children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our personalized day, residential and weekend camp experiences provide campers with opportunities to participate in fun and challenging activities which promote social, emotional, and physical development. We have 10 separate one-week camp sessions beginning in June and running to mid-August with a maximum of 35 campers per week. We maintain a 3:1 camper-to-staff ratio and provide 1:1 care for those in need. Each week, St. Francis Camp on the Lake welcomes a new group of campers. During their 5 night stay, campers reside in one of our two modern lodges with a group of their peers. Throughout their week at camp, campers have the opportunity to try a variety of activities and choose the activities they are most interested in participating in. Throughout the summer, St. Francis Camp on the Lake offers camp sessions tailored to the specific interests of our campers.
Aim High School In addition to the academic year, Aim High School offers a four-week Summer Semester and Tech Camp open to both middle and high school students. You can select either the Summer Semester or Tech Camp for each week. Do one week or all four in whatever combination you desire. Both camps run Mondays through Thursdays in July/August: Week 1–July 12-15 I Week 2–July 19-22 l Week 3–July 26-29 l Week 4–August 2-5. Summer Semester is a great way for students to keep mentally and socially active during the summer. Summer Semester Mornings are designed for academic remediation, credit completion, ACT prep skills, & life skills with our certified teachers. Summer Semester Afternoons provide a chance for enjoyable summer activities that build social skills and enhance physical fitness. Aim High teachers partner with you and your student on their unique Summer Semester plan based on what your student would like to accomplish. Tech Camp provides two offerings each week for students to choose from: Game Programming, 3D Modeling, Intro to Video Production, Intro to Photography, Robotics, Arduino. Please sign up here.
Music Therapy Services of Ann Arbor (734)395-4765 offers services for younger children through young adults. In person and virtual sessions are available. Services are provided by a board certified music therapist. Music Therapy is intended to address non-musical skills such as communication, gross and fine motor skills, social interaction…many types of goals that would be found on an IEP. Traditional music lessons (typically piano or guitar) are available for students with or without disabilities. Curriculum and speed of lessons are tailored to individual students to encourage success and positive engagement. Accepting new clients on a rolling basis, through summer. Call (734)395-4765 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A2 Therapy Works – Summer 2021 Therapy Opportunities! We are a pediatric speech language and occupational therapy private practice located in Ann Arbor offering virtual or in-person therapy sessions, individual speech language therapy sessions, and individual occupational therapy sessions. Summer social groups forming now! Summer social groups are 1 hour sessions for 8-10 weeks, held outdoors and clients are grouped by age and social goals. Peer match-up sessions are also available. Sign up here.
ABA Insight – “Summer of Insight” children (7 years and older) will be immersed in a stimulating environment that provides guided opportunities for them to explore their world! Using proven behavioral supports and evidenced-based instruction, our clinical team will guide your child through structured and unstructured learning opportunities that include forming social relationships and finding personally meaningful leisure activities. NOTE: No need to register for individual groups, all are included in the daily program. Curriculum includes “All About Me,” “Let’s Get Social,” “Healthy Living,” and “Suplerflex.” Please visit website for more information about curriculum.
Ann Arbor Hands-On and Leslie Science and Nature Center – All 2021 Unity in Learning in-person summer camp programs will take place at Leslie Science & Nature Center. LSNC has over 30 acres of forest, pond, prairie, and fields for campers to explore. We are also offering Camp at Home sessions this summer! Camp at Home is specially designed to reduce the amount of time campers spend on a screen and encourage children to spend their summer outside and exploring and discovering STEM and the natural world. Besides camp, folks are welcome to visit the Leslie Science & Nature Center at any time. Families can sign up for their own, private raptor tour on select days in the afternoon, or join us for a family experience as we explore the outdoors safely in a small group. For those looking for opportunities at the Hands-On Museum, small groups or pods may rent their own, private time to explore the 1st and 2nd floor of the museum! Please visit https://www.aahom.org/ or https://www.lesliesnc.org/ for more information.
The Fowler Center is a year-round camp for children and adults ages 6+ with disabilities. We offer a wide variety of camp activities including swimming, fishing, horseback riding, gardening, archery, nature activities, rock wall, high ropes, the treehouse, and more. Classic or skill-based sessions available based on age and direct care needs. Visit our website or call 989-673-2050 for more information.
The PEAC Summer Cycling Program is an inclusive, community-based cycling program for individuals with disabilities. The program is as unique as each student is, as each student works toward their personal cycling goal. The Summer Cycling Program staff are trained to work with individuals of all abilities with standard and adaptive equipment. The program is open to anyone over the age of 5. To receive an email when registration opens, please sign up for our interest form here. To learn more about PEAC, visit http://www.bikeprogram.org. Please reach out to Madison Prinzing (email@example.com) if you have any questions. Happy Riding!
Lindamood-Bell We work with learners of all ages! 5yo-99yo! This summer we will offer remediation in reading, comprehension, and math. Please sign up here. Our website includes our summer and school year services as well as research on our programs!
Jennifer Olk Swim Jennifer Olk offers swim lessons and coaching from the beginner to the elite athlete, young and old. Private and family swim lessons in a covid safe environment. Lessons are structured to meet the need of the participant and aim to teach safety, and then fitness skills. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated March 15, 2021