We utilize proactive, evidence-based practices such as principles of Applied Behavior Analysis, TEACCH, and data collection. Children are provided with an individualized daily classroom routine along with off-site outings to encourage independence and functional skills. Visual schedules, social stories, sensory activities, reinforcement-based interventions, and positive behavior supports are utilized daily.
Four weeks in July
In addition to a detailed intake packet and IEP objectives or 504 accommodations provided by parents, classroom staff will conduct an orientation prior to the start of camp to ensure that programming is designed specifically to meet the needs of each learner. Camp activities include:
Field trips, on-site “camp” activities
Art, music, and cooking
Gross and fine motor activities
Pre-k - Graduation
Aurora City Schools
Camp Director – Carrie Miller, MEd, BCBA, COBA has years of hands-on experience as a special educator. Carrie Miller will be utilizing intensive, individualized curriculums and strategies for all campers while bringing many new and exciting ideas/activities for Camp Sunshine.
Additionally, our staff includes an Assistant Director, teachers, aides, volunteers, and trained peer models.
The Waitlist for summer 2023 will start on November 1, 2022 at 12:01AM.