Speech Therapy Summer Camps
Group sessions and individual sessions are run by Speech Language Assistants and Speech Language Pathologists with extensive experience. Our camps are designed to provide intensive intervention to assist children with communication development during the summer months.
Each camper will participate in both small and large group activities designed to improve communication, attention, social interaction, fine and gross motor skills.
Campers will have fun learning and interacting with similar aged peers within a variety of activities based on weekly themes. Social communication and literacy skills will be practiced within individual treatment sessions, small group activities and large groups (maximum 10 campers).
Camp fees include
- Individual and/or group therapy daily, targeting specific goals for each campers phonological awareness skills and social communication.
- All camp materials and camp t-shirt.
- Opportunity to connect with other children with similar speech skills.
- Follow up consult with family and/or referring SLP.
Due to health regulations, campers must bring their own snacks and water bottle, full-day campers must bring their own lunch and snacks.
1/2 Day Camps $600.00 | Full Day $1100.00
Early bird pricing – half day camp $550 and full days $1000 until April 30
Payment is required to hold your spot in camp. Discounts apply to those registering for multiple weeks. Refunds will be offered should camp be canceled due to COVID 19 health restrictions, minus a $50 administration fee.
E-transfers can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mail cheque to: Pathways Pediatrics #130, 7220 Fisher Street SE. Calgary, AB. T2H 2H8
Or call 403-455-4072
We will be following the guidelines provided to us by ACSLPA (The Alberta College of Speech Language Pathologist and Audiologists) and by the Government of Alberta to ensure everyone’s safety. For more details please follow this link: https://alberta.ca/biz-connect.aspx.
Language & Literacy Summer Camps
Campers must be able to say a minimum of 20 words, follow simple routine directions and be able to sit and attend to a story for approximately 5 minutes. Children who are not toilet trained or are non-verbal may attend camp with an assistant.