Summer Programs for Children with Developmental Disabilities

Commonpoint Queens is proud to offer programs designed to meet the social, emotional, educational, and recreational needs of children with autism spectrum disorders and other disabilities.

Commonpoint Queens is proud to offer programs specifically designed to meet the social, emotional, educational, and recreational needs of children with autism spectrum disorders and other disabilities. An individual interview is required for each of these programs so that our professional team can welcome your child and assist in the selection of programs that would be most successful.

For more information on our programs for youth with disabilities or to register for classes, please contact Lisa Armband, MS, Senior Director of Special Services at [email protected]

Special Services Summer Day Camp

Our day camps specialize in serving children 5-21 who have developmental disabilities. Campers have the adventure of full day summer camp experiences at the Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds with occasional field trips. For more information please contact Lisa Armband, MS, Senior Director of Special Services at [email protected] or Stephanie Costa at [email protected].

Autism Summer Respite

This youth summer camp program serves children with autism and other similar disabilities ages 5 – 21. Children participate in an array of educational, recreational and socialization activities following their summer school program. Day camp activities are designed and implemented by professional educators and clinicians. The summer program is offered 2:30 – 5 PM daily. At the end of each program day, participants may be eligible mini-bus transportation home. At summer school’s end, a one-week, full day respite program is offered to day camp program participants. For more information please call Stephanie Costa at (718) 423-6111 or email  [email protected]

 

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