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Camp Holiday- Session 2 (Registration NOW OPEN)
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
For all Camp/ Retreat registrations & staff/ volunteer applications, please CLICK HERE.
Camp Holiday is a day camp for campers with Down syndrome, ages 5-21, in the Greater Charlotte area. Camp activities are based on weekly themes and include arts & crafts, water play, science experiments, literacy, and so much more! In addition, participating campers enjoy weekly yoga, drama, music, Zumba, Spanish lessons, and movement class facilitated by trained professionals. Each group of campers is supported by a certified teacher and 1-2 camp counselors- offering a 3:1 counselor-to-camper ratio. Campers ages 14-21 will participate in activities that promote independence and vocational readiness as a part of their camp experience each day. These campers will help prepare daily snacks, assist with collecting & distributing materials and supplies to classrooms (which will be monitored closely to promote camper health safety), participate as role models for younger camper group activities, engage in lessons that promote communication, problem solving, self- advocacy and more. Younger campers will practice vital social and communication skills through exploratory hands-on activities as well as physical activities to promote health & growth. Participants attend camp Monday-Friday, and can chose to participate from 9am-2pm OR 9am-4pm when you register.
Session 2 of Camp Holiday will take place July 18-29, M-F, at Sardis Presbyterian Church.
Cost: $500/session (9am-2pm) OR $700/session (9am-4pm)
Scholarships are available for eligible families. To apply for a Camp and/or Retreat Scholarship, please go to the camp/retreat registration site (LINKED HERE), create an account, and fill out the application form located in the “Camper/Participant Information” section.
If you have any questions, or if you would like to see a sample schedule of this program, please email DSA-GC Program Coordinator, Marissa White, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Marissa directly at 315-391-3159.