Join us this summer for a social skills camp in South Surrey designed specifically for neurodiverse children! Our camp this year will run out of Crescent Park Elementary.

Our program focuses on teaching social interaction, emotional regulation, and executive functioning through engaging games, exciting technology, and creative arts and crafts.

Our camp offers a safe and inclusive environment where children can learn and grow, build lasting friendships, and have fun all at the same time. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to help your child develop important social skills in a supportive and fun atmosphere. 

Our Summer Camp has been designed for neurodiverse children Grades K through 7 who do not engage in severe challenging behaviour such as bolting or aggression towards others. 

July 3-7 and July 10-14

Half day option (10am-12pm or 1:30-3:30pm)

Full day option 10am-3:30pm

We have a wide range of exciting activities planned for summer camp including arts and crafts, group games, board games, Minecraft play, and more! All of the activities will be based around teaching social-emotional and executive function skills.

We have a ratio of 1 staff to 4 students. 

We do offer 1:1 support for participants who require it for an additional fee. 

All groups are run by a BCBA or Junior Behaviour Consultant under the direction of Tana Richards, M.A., BCBA

Half day: $550/week

Full day: $1,375/week

10% discount for families who sign up for both weeks!

Payment can be made via Autism Funding, Jordan’s Principle, or via e-transfer