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Summer Camps
Beyond just fun and games, Therapuetic Recreation camps bring opportunities for physical fitness, increased self-confidence, cooperation, and great friendships while participating in a wide variety of fun and exciting experiences through sports, games, arts and crafts, dance, swimming, field trips and more.
Summer Camp Information

Camps that are FUN, develop positive peer friendships, and improve self-esteem, are waiting here for you! We offer age-appropriate activities in an exciting safe and supportive setting. Our theme weeks encourage self-expression in a caring and structured environment. Campers attending full day programs must bring their lunches.


Ages 13-21 $190/ two week season 12:30pm-5:00pm
Designed for teens with autism. This camp continues the fun summer experience of Camp Apollo including swimming, crafts, games, and trips into the community. No personal care provided. Staff ratio: 1 staff/4 participants. TRANSPORTATION: If attending ESY, contact your teen's school to arrange transportation to camp. Parent or guardian must pick up at camp by 5:00pm. Blair Ewing Center.


Ages 6-12 $190/ two week session 12:30pm-5:00pm
Designed for children within autism spectrum. Activities include swimming, arts and crafts, music and field trips into the community. Camper should follow two step directions, manage own behavior with moderate to minimal staff intervention and have the ability to make simple choices. No personal care provided. Staff ratio: 1staff/4 participants.
TRANSPORTATION: If attending ESY, contact your child's school to arrange transportation to camp. Parent or guardian must pick up at camp by 5:00pm. Blair Ewing Center.


Ages 9-12 $260/ two week session 9:00am-3:30pm
Designed for children with learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD and/or mild behavior disabilities. Sports, outdoor games, and swimming keeps campers active. Theme Weeks, board games, crafts and field trips are planned to enhance social skills. Participants are placed in small groups for specific activity time.
No personal care provided. Staff ratio: 1 staff / 4 participants. Parkland Middle School.

 

 


Ages 13-21 $125/ one week session 9:00am-4:00pm
Designed for teens with developmental disabilities. This daily travel camp offers trips to regional park and recreation facilities, swimming, and canoeing. Trips are designed for active, independent teens and involve a lot of walking and/or exercise. No personal care provided. Staff ratio: 1 staff/4 participants. Transportation: No am or pm transportation available. Parent or guardian must pick up at camp by 4:00pm. Montgomery County Recreation Administration Office.

 

 


Ages 5-8 $260/ two week session 9:00am-3:30pm
Designed for children with learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD and/or mild behavior disabilities. Challenging games, dance movements and swimming keeps campers active. Theme Weeks, arts and crafts, singing and field trips are planned to enhance social skills. Participants are placed in small groups for specific activity time.
No personal care provided. Staff ratio: 1staff / 4 participants. Parkland Middle School.

 

 


Ages 13-21 $190/two week session 12:30-5:00pm
Designed for teens with developmental disabilities. This camp offers activities and trips that enhance both socialization and recreational opportunities. Activities include games, crafts, swimming, local field trips, special events and theme weeks. Staff ratio: 1 staff/4 participants. No personal care provided. TRANSPORTATION: If attending ESY, contact your teen's school to arrange transportation to camp. Parents or guardians must pick up participants at camp by 5:00pm. Blair Ewing Center.

 

 


Ages 5-18 $250/ 4 week session 9:30am-1:00pm
Designed for children with physical disabilities. Co-sponsored with Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS). Program has MCRD registration fee plus MCPS tuition fee;
call 301-657-4959 to register. Forest Knolls Elementary School.

 

 


Ages 13-21 $115/ week session 9:00am-3:30 pm
Designed for active, independent teens with developmental disabilities. This camp offers activities to enhance social skills and self-esteem, and promote independence and skills for life. Games, crafts, swimming, wellness activities, local field trips and special events featured. No personal care is provided. Staff ratio: 1 staff/4 participants. Transportation: No am or pm transportation available. Parent or guardian must pick up at camp by 3:30pm. Wheaton Neighborhood Recreation Center.