A year-round program for adults with disabilities at Camp Cheerful in Strongsville, Ohio
STRONGSVILLE, Ohio, April 12, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Achievement Centers for Children's Camp Cheerful has been providing enriching outdoor experiences for children with disabilities since 1940. Now adults of all ages with disabilities can enjoy all that Camp Cheerful has to offer in a new year-round adult day program.
"Our unique outdoor environment is the perfect setting to be able to offer such activities as gardening, landscaping, education along our nature trails, horsemanship activities, exercise and sports, as well as cooking, arts and crafts, community activities and field trips," said Connie Boros, Vice President of Recreation and Sports for the Achievement Centers for Children. She continued, "We will focus on enhancing the quality of life for each of our 'River Rock Club Members' through engaging social, recreational and educational activities customized to each person's special needs, abilities and interests to make their days productive, meaningful and fun."
The new "River Rock Adult Day Program" which will begin April 29, 2013, was named after the Rocky River that runs through part of the 52 acres of the Cleveland Metroparks on which Camp Cheerful is located. The year-round program will run Monday through Friday from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, and there is an optional supervised social time from 3-5:00 pm offered. For more information or to register, contact Jim Dasher at 440-238-6200 ext. 246, or via email at [email protected].
The Achievement Centers for Children is a private, nonprofit organization whose mission is to enable and empower children with disabilities and their families to grow, learn, play and prepare for lifelong achievement in society. Providing comprehensive high-quality, cost-effective services and programs in the areas of therapy, family support, education, autism services, recreation and adapted sports, the Achievement Centers for Children provides professional, compassionate care for children, teens and adults and their families at facilities in Highland Hills, Westlake and Camp Cheerful in Strongsville, Ohio. For more information, visit www.achievementcenters.org or call 216-292-9700.
Katherine Henry Manager of Marketing Communications Achievement Centers for Children 4255 Northfield Road Highland Hills, Ohio 44128 216-292-9700 ext. 235 [email protected]