Is Social Adventures camp for your child?

Would your child benefit from developing social, behavior and emotional-regulation skills?

Do you want your child to learn more social emotional skills from highly trained professionals?

Do you understand the value and importance of social skills for your child?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then Socially Adventures camp is likely a good match for your child. Social Adventure camp is an therapeutic outdoor/indoor summer camp led by a licensed Speech Language Pathologist and Social Learning Specialist for children ages 6 - 11 years old.  

Social Adventures is a highly individualized group-based social skills camp that will be provided in collaboration with Integrative Therapy Connections and other professionals to include occupational therapy, art therapy, mindful movement, resiliency and yoga. For more information on the professionals involved in the camps please scroll to the bottom of the page to read their biographies.

Our Goal

Our mission is to provide a sanctuary for children who have difficulty in school, traditional camps or anywhere in the social world and those that need extra help and support making friends or maintaining friendships. We provide a therapeutic and empowering camp experience for your child.


What makes us different?

At Social Adventures camp, while your child is playing and working in a group with a group of new friends, he/she is also being provided support and learning skills related to:

  • Sensory processing

  • Emotional regulation

  • Social awareness

  • Self management

  • Responsible decision making

  • Skills related to working in a group

  • Improve cognitive flexibility

  • Relationship skills

  • Boost self esteem

Each camp only has 8 spots available per week. This allows us to individualize the camp experience for each camper and keep the camp environment small in order to maximize the success of each camper.

This camp is not for children who have limited language or cognitive skills or who have dangerous or extremely defiant behaviors. If this is the case, we can help you find the right programs for your child.

Join us for a fun summer camp with a social twist

Know that your child will come home tired and happy, have an amazing week and learn skills for the future!

The first step to registering for our camp is scheduling a call where we will discuss your child’s needs and our camp’s philosophy and structure.

Dates:

June 24-27; Ages, 4-6

July 8-11; Ages, 7-11

July 15-18; Ages, 4-6

July 22-25; Ages, 7-11

Camp will take place from 12:30-5:00 PM Monday-Thursday for ages 7-11 and 1-4 PM for ages 4-6.  

Cost

$485 per session for ages 7-11 and $325 for ages 4-6.  ($75 deposit due at time of registration; full amount due 14 days prior to start of camp date).  If signing up for more than one week, discounts will be given.

Included in the cost of camp:

  • Preliminary review of your child's past reports

  • Discussion of his/her therapeutic needs and your goals for camp

  • Daily email report with explanation of activities and therapeutic benefits

  • Final 1 page summary report from therapists

  • End of week parent/family education wrap up

Cancellation Policy

Refunds are available, minus $75 deposit, with 14 day notice. If we have an opening in another camp session that is an appropriate age match, you may switch sessions 7 days before the start of your session.

Contact

Kerri Everett, M.S., CCC-SLP

kerri@integrativetherapyconnections.org

Jaime Rivetts

idahosociallearningcenter@gmail.com

Here are a few of the amazing professionals that are a part of a Social Adventures Camp

Jordyn Dooley, ATR-P, LPC,  first came to the Wood River Valley following her graduation from the University of Florida with a B.A. in English. Her experiences in the Valley assisted her in realizing her combined passion for the arts and working in human services, ultimately leading her to pursue her M.S. in Art Therapy at Florida State University. She recently returned to the Wood River Valley after having completed her M.S. in Art Therapy and receiving her registered art therapist’s provisional license as well as her professional counseling license. She is uses her diverse experiences and knowledge of developmental, cognitive, and the therapeutic process combined with art’s inherent therapeutic qualities to address the psychosocial and emotional needs of a wide range populations.

Leah Taylor is a classically trained dancer who has been sharing the joy of expressive movement with children for the last 14 years.  After earning a BA in psychology from the University of Arizona Leah taught kindergarten for 5 yrs in Washington D.C. Upon returning home to the Wood River Valley in 2010 she completed a kids yoga teacher training and became certified in the Nurturing Pathways curriculum-a creative dance program based on the brain body connection that facilitates emotional, cognitive, physical and sensory integration.  Leah teaches kids yoga classes in the schools and YMCA. She teaches ballet and creative movement at Footlight Dance Centre, and Nurturing Pathways-Mindful Movement at Studio Move.