Community Connections is busy making plans for summer camps/programs! Registration is open now for Basketball & Golf in Little Rock. Camp Connect & RUFL Flag Football Camp will be held in Conway. We are also planning a Parent’s Day Out for late July. Click here to view our Facebook page for updated info & news!
3 spots left for Camp Connect! June 15-19
Camp Connect is a week-long summer day camp designed for children with social skills difficulties caused by high-functioning autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit disorders, sensory processing disorders, and related differences. Camp Connect is led by an occupational therapist and occupational therapy students. Through small group and community activities, kids learn appropriate social skills and gain the confidence to use them. Camp activities are geared towards personal growth and learning to work as a team. They also teach problem-solving, real-world dynamic thinking, and adaptive skills
.Download the 2015 Summer Camp Application here.
There are Road Map Trainings coming to Conway, Fort Smith, Jonesboro, Hot Springs, El Dorado and Marianna. If you would be interested in attending, contact us through our website at www.communityconnectionsar.org. ——————————————————————————-
Sociables Summer Camp
There are still a few spots available for the Sociables Summer Camp at the University of Central Arkansas. This is a great opportunity for kids Kindergarten- 9th grade to build social skills with fun activities in a positive environment. If you have an interest in the camp click HERE for more information or to register.
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