Jun 10, 2020

Summer Camps


2020 Summer Camps

ATS
The University of Cincinnati's Advancement & Transition Services (ATS) has a 6-week AIM Clinic for children ages 11-14 for children who struggle with stress or anxiety and/or who have difficulty responding to life's challenges.

Children's Home Ready Set Work Summer Camp
This is a 4-week summer career and exploration program for high school students on the autism spectrum and other related challenges. In-person and remote learning options available. 

Cincinnati Center for Autism Camp Abilities
This remote camp offers daily intervention sessions online 15 hours a week.

Cincinnati Summer Camps Guide
This helpful guide includes a wide variety of summer camps offered in the Cincinnati area. Students under 13 will receive specific social skills instruction and physical education. Youth over 13 will receive some pre-vocational and functional living activities.

College Internship Program(CIP)
CIP helps young adults with autism and learning differences develop valuable skills necessary for making a smooth transition from high school to college in a safe and structured online setting. This two-week virtual summer program takes place July 20 through July 31, Monday through Friday. 

Crip Camp The Official Virtual Experience
All grassroots activists and advocates are invited to join this virtual camp experience featuring trailblazing speakers from the disability community. All are welcome. You do not need any activism experience to participate.

Easterseals
The Work & Grow Program is focused on identifying strengths for community employment. Two group sessions are offered for ages 16-24 and for individuals 25 and over. 

Keys for Success Music Therapy
This virtual summer camp offers something for both children and adults. Programs include the Summer Explorer, Creative Expressions, Songbird and Summertime Jam. 

Microsoft Virtual Summer Camps
This free summer camp series is tailored for children and adolescents with developmental disabilities. Each session is limited to 25 participants.
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