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Central Florida Dreamplex Spring Break Day Camp
Spring Break Day Camp features themed crafts, games, activities, and fun! Camp is open to school-aged individuals (5-22) with disabilities during Spring break. Join us for the entire week, or just a few days. Extended care is available for those who would like a later pickup time.
Children with physical and/or intellectual disabilities, will enjoy indoor and outdoor activities all tailored to their special needs. Children must be independent in toileting or require minimal bathroom assistance (children requiring diapers are accepted). Diapers and other self care items must be provided.
MOSI Summer Science Camps
MOSI’s Summer Science Camps bring Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) alive through hands-on experiments and building projects. Real science coupled with exciting experiments, simulations, explorations, and inventions will help you discover the innovator within.
Camp hours are 9 am – 4 pm. Extended hours are available from 7 am – 9 am and/or 4 pm – 6 pm for an additional fee
Glazer Children’s Museum Summer Camp
At Camp Imagination, your little learners imagine, discover, and connect to the world around them. With imaginative weekly themes, there’s a camp for every kid. Register your kids to play with purpose and embrace curiosity this Summer! Learn more here or register today!
Arbor School Camp Move & Groove
Arbor School offers a sensory-based summer camp that allows your child to build more on their experiences in school and bring it to a new level. Camp is a multi-sensory experience that provides STEM and academic remediation, language and social skills training, sensory based activities, music and art. The camp program is for typical developing children as well as children with Autism, Down Syndrome, Sensory Processing Disorder, SLD and other learning exceptionalities. Learn more
CECO Summer Camp
An intensive 4 or 8 week program June 14th through August 6th. The program’s daily routines are tailored to develop new skills and help improve gross and fine skills, with a focus on physical and social independence. Daily routines include programs to develop new skills and improve existing gross motor, fine motor, and self-care skills in a group setting. The summer curriculum will be developed to increase participants’ physical and social independence. Students are grouped in small classes and with small ratios. Learn more
Central Florida Dreamplex State of Florida Sled Hockey Jamboree
We hope you will join us on June 12th at the RDV Sportsplex in Maitland, FL for this exciting event featuring matches between Tampa Bay Lightning Sled Hockey, Space Coast Blast, Palm Beach Tiger Sharks, and our very own Dreamplex Sled Bears! A FREE ‘Try Sled Hockey Clinic” will also be included in this event for youth and adults interested in starting the sport!
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