Time Well Spent

Why Summer Camp Should Be a Part of Your Child’s Growth Continuum AS PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH ADHD, we often get caught up in the struggles they are prone have. They tend to be anxious, struggle with poor social skills and emotional coping skills, perseverate on things they are interested in to the exclusion of…

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Camp Can Be a Place to Thrive

For many parents whose children have ADHD or are twice-exceptional, summer marks the end of a school year rife with organizational, social, and academic challenges. From homework hassles to organizational black holes and home/school communications, a high level of frustration can develop in both parents and children. Research-informed summer camps provide an opportunity for children…

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Summer Camps: Like Horses for Courses

We often hear the phrase “one size fits all.” However, this is not always the case–especially when picking just the right summer camp to meet the needs (and interests) of your child. My English grandfather, an enthusiastic racehorse owner, used to say that some horses preferred the hard, dry race tracks of the chalk uplands…

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