Summer Camps for Children with Communication Disorders

Websites that may have suitable camp programs: 

Exceptional Learning Centre (Ajax) Summer Camp:
www.exlcentre.com
 

Anderson Speech Consultants (Burlington)- Summer Camp:
www.andersonspeech.ca
 

Precious Minds (Durham) – Summer Camp
www.preciousminds.com
 

1 to 1 Rehab (Toronto and Richmond Hill) – Speech-Language Pathology Services – Groups
www.1to1rehab.ca
 

London Speech and Language Centre – Summer Camp:
www.londonspeech.com
 

H.A. Leeper Speech & Hearing Clinic (London) – Fluency Summer camp
www.uwo.ca/fhs/haleeper/speech_language_pathology_services.html
 

Down Syndrome Research Institute – Summer School Camp
www.dsri.ca

Our Kids (Ontario) – Special Needs Camps:
www.ourkids.net
 

Respite Services (Ontario) – Camps:
www.respiteservices.com
 

Variety Village (Toronto) – Camps:
www.varietyvillage.ca
 

Many Childrens Treatment Centres have summer camps for children with special needs. Call your local centre, or find your nearest centre listed on the Ontario Association of Children’s Rehabilitation Services (OACRS)
www.oacrs.com
 

Some Private Practice Speech-Language Pathologists run short term group programs during the summer. Check with your SLP to find out if there are any in your area. For a list of Private Speech – Language Pathologists that provide services to children check:

Ontario Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (OSLA)
www.osla.on.ca or

College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO)
www.caslpo.ca

Provincial organizations that provide summer camps include:

Easter Seal Society – Summer Camps
www.easterseals.com

VOICE for Hearing Impaired Children – Family Summer Camp:
www.voicefordeafkids.com
 

Municipal Day Camps:  Day camp programs run by your municipality or the local YMCA may have special programs for children with special needs, or offer additional counselors or volunteers that can help your child be included in a regular camp. Information on these programs may be available at your local library or community centre.

NOTE: OAFCCD has not evaluated any of the camp programs and is only providing this information as a service to members.