Social Skills, Outdoor Fun, Arts & Crafts, & Relationships
The SOAR Summer Experience for Children on the Autism Spectrum
The SOAR Experience is a Therapeutic Day Program in a “camp-like” setting for children and teens from 6-16 years of age diagnosed with Level 1 Autism and related disorders. Participants engage in a variety of fun indoor and outdoor games, science experiments, art activities, and crafts. In addition, participants go on a lake trip and a field trip each week of the program. Social Skills are infused within the program throughout the day during activities. Additionally, participants engage in a morning and afternoon social skills group, led by trained clinicians, that focus on different skills.
The SOAR Summer Experience: CIT PROGRAM
Attached to SOAR Experience, the Counselor-In-Training (CIT) Program offers individuals, 14-24 years of age with Level 1 Autism and related disorders, a vocational training program and actual job experience as a CIT in a “camp-like” setting. The CIT Program offers teens and young adults with the opportunity to learn and practice work-place social skills with an actual job experience that can be used for their future career endeavors.
Some scholarships available!
Information and Registration Documents
The SOAR Experience will begin its 11th summer on July 8, 2019. For complete details and information on the SOAR and CIT programs, please click on the documents below. If, after reviewing all the materials you have questions, contact Richard Miller, LPC, NCC at 201-934-1160 ext. 7234 or firstname.lastname@example.org.