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Summer Language Processing Camp
What is the Purpose of the Processing Camp?
The goal of the Summer Processing Camp is to provide intervention and instruction to children with processing disorders. Upon completion of the SLPC, child participants will:
- Improve their language processing skills.
- Gain an understanding of how their brain uses sensory information.
- Learn strategies and evaluate their learning so that they are better able to self-advocate for their learning needs in a classroom setting.
Who Can Participate?
Children, ages 7 to 12 years, with processing disorders are invited to attend the camp. This includes kids with:
1. language processing problems,
2. auditory processing deficits and/or
3. reading difficulties.
When is the camp?
The camp will run from June 16, 2015 to July 23, 2015 from 12:30-2:30 on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
What are the costs?
The fee for the Summer Processing Camp is $85. This includes two hours of instruction twice a week for 6 weeks. To register for camp, please contact the clinic at 701-777-3232.