ASD Summer Jamboree 2019
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AGES 6 - 14
Another year has passed and it's time to sign up for another summer of fun! Jamboree is an amazing opportunity for children on the Autism spectrum to gain experiences and engage in opportunities in a wide range of social and community skills. Certified BCBA's/BCaBA's run the program and all other program leaders have extensive experience in ABA, Verbal Behaviour and working with children with Autism. Children get to attend a variety of social based and group based activities such as the Vancouver Aquarium, UBC Canopy Walk, Science World, Playland, and many more. We teach functional living skills including using public transit to navigate to, and back from, our destinations. Children provide their own lunches and snacks for each day of the program.
The cost is $360 a week
Available Weeks (Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays):
~ Week 1 ~ July 9-11 ~ Week 2 ~ July 16-18 ~ Week 3 ~ July 23-25
~Week 4 ~ August 6-8 ~ Week 5 ~ August 13-15 ~ Week 6 ~ August 20-22
Please contact us for a calendar of events for each week.
We meet at Gray's Park off of Knight Street and 33rd. We also welcome siblings and other typical friends ($150/week) into our camp.
Skills targeted during a day of camp:
- Conversations – both initiating and maintaining conversation on both preferred and non-preferred topics
- Referencing and Joint Attention
- Team decisions and how to work in a team
- Body language and facial expressions and how to read others
- Fine motor and gross motor skill
Prerequisite skills for camp:
- Child is toilet trained
- Child has independent dressing skills (including swimwear)
- Child can participate in a conversation
- Child can tolerate crowds
- Child can wait appropriately for at least 10 minutes
- No significant problem behaviours or safety concerns (bolting/flight risk/aggressive verbal or physical behaviour/self harming behaviour).
Please note that we cannot accept children that require 1 to 1 support
*This is not a behaviour intervention program as its main focus is social skills development and fun. Group placement is determined by clinicians at the intake appointment and acceptance into the program is not guaranteed.*
**The pre-interview is for new families to ensure the child is a good fit for the camp **
***We also welcome siblings and other neurotypical friends into our program to facilitate social interaction for $150 per week***
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