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Summer Fun

SUMMER CAMPS

Sandia Sunrise Therapy summer camps are open to current and past patients. Our camps are run by experienced clinicians and provide opportunities for your child to further develop their skills, while having fun with peers. Participants can sign up for one or all days for each designates camp! Call our office to sign up for camps. Registration fees are due at time of sign up and registration is required one week in advance. 

Summer Early Literacy Camp

Dates: June 7, June 14, June 21, & June 28

Times: 1:00 - 2:00 PM

Location: Sandia Sunrise Therapy Clinic

Age: 4-7 years old

Cost: $40/day ($35/day if you sign up for all four camps)

This early literacy summer camp will follow a predictable format each week including a greeting song, a new book each week, a sensory motor activity to accompany the book, a fine motor activity, and a period of free play. Each week, the family will receive a brief summary of the book and activities to help guide them in facilitating a retell of the story in addition to ideas on how to carryover to more books at home.

Summer Sports Camp

Dates: June 21, July 12, July 19, & July 26

Times: 2:30 - 4:00 PM

Location: June 21 soccer at Wildflower Park, July 12 wiffle ball at Wildflower Park , July 19 swimming at Seider Natatorium at UNM Johnson Center, July 26 bowling at Silva Lanes

Age: Five and older

Cost: $45/day ($40/day if you sign up for all four camps)

Come join us for an inclusive sports camp providing opportunities for all levels! This camp will offer opportunities for peer interaction, development of sports related skills at the appropriate level for each camp participant, and fun! This camp will cover four different sports opportunities, including soccer, rock climbing, whiffle ball, and bowling - with a specific day dedicated for each!

Summer Food Play Camp

Dates: July 12, July 19, July 26, & August 2

Times: 10:00 - 11:00 AM

Location: Sandia Sunrise Therapy Clinic

Ages: 5-10 years old

Cost: $45/day ($40/day if you sign up for all four camps)

This food play summer camp will focus on no-pressure exploration of a variety of foods away from mealtimes. One caregiver will be expected to come and participate with their child with the understanding that coaching will be provided by the clinician, either in the moment or with a follow-up email. Each week there will be a different activity that uses food. Families will be provided with written material on how to include food play at home and the benefits of doing this. As the camp progresses, these will be personalized to the child based on clinical observations. A brief form filled out by the families before the camp regarding the child's feeding concerns will help guide the group focus. Signing up for all four camp sessions is recommended.

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