Twinsburg's Peak Potential Therapy Offers Specialized Summer Camps for Kids with Autism and Related Disabilities Finding just the right summer opportunity for a child with a disability can be challenging. Twinsburg's Peak Potential Therapy offers summer camp options for elementary aged kids.
TWINSBURG, Ohio, July 3, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- For families with children who have been diagnosed with autism or other disabilities, the normal activities of summer – camp, family outings and other activities can be a serious challenge. To make the summer more enjoyable, Twinsburg's Peak Potential Therapy have launched a couple specialized summer camp opportunities specifically geared toward kids that have autism, Down Syndrome and other related disabilities.
"We have developed these camps to help kids with disabilities continue their learning over the summer," said Holly Reimann, MA, CCC-SLP and the founder of Peak Potential Therapy. "There is no reason that kids with disabilities can't have the same fun as other kids their age. They just need a different type of environment – an environment that is structured to meet their individual needs and to accommodate their individual communication and learning styles." To that end, Reimann and her staff have created two summer camp opportunities, including: Camp Suntastic for nine to thirteen year olds, and S.M.I.L.E. Summer Camp focused on therapy.
"Our camps offer something special for each group," said Reimann. "Each one of these options gives kids a way to keep on building their skills over the summer and have fun at the same time while being guided by our professionally credentialed therapists." Camp Suntastic has been designed for tweens with autism, PDD-NOS, Aspberger's, Down Syndrome, Apraxia, Cerebral Palsy and Traumatic Brain Injury who would like to work on social and daily living skills in a gentle teaching environment. S.M.I.L.E. Summer Camp is a therapeutic day camp that allows kids to take part in fun day trips that help them to work on social skills, communication and emotional regulation.
"At Peak Potential Therapy, our goal is to provide a fun, enjoyable, educational experience for all of our kids," said Reimann. "These camps can make great summer memories for our kids."
For more information on summer camps by Peak Potential Therapy or to schedule an interview with Holly Reimann, call 330.303.2015 or email email@example.com.
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