Before I could even blink, 2019 was already upon us. I had the expectation that 2018, was the spring of opportunities. Even though I had not made any big New Year’s resolutions, I started 2018 optimistic about the great possibilities that the year would bring. I had expected that by December 2018, I would have hired two full-time speech and language pathologists, completed my book, and presented three parent workshops. Even though I had not made any big New Year’s resolutions, I started 2018 optimistic about the great possibilities that the year would bring. I had expected that by December 2018, I would have hired two full-time speech and language pathologists, completed my book, and presented three parent workshops. Even though I have not accomplished all of these goals, I am not disappointed with myself, because, I accomplished more than I had anticipated. 2018 taught me how to stay focus, relax and how to create simple steps to greater internal success. In the past, my drive to accomplish external success often left me depleted. In 2018, I learned to focus and work on my internal success. The constant outward search for external success often blurs our internal success. The problem is that external success is extremely fragile, if you don’t have internal success, you are going to feel defeated in challenging times. External success without internal success means that when an unexpected life event occurs, the facade collapses and you’re left with self-doubt. In life, https://pediaspeech101.wordpress.com/2019/01/02/may-2019-bring-internal-success-for-all-of-us/
LOOKING FORWARD TO OUR 2019 CAMP
PRIDE IN LEARNING SOCIAL SKILLS-PLSS
Our campers learn how to successfully navigate difficult social situations with support from our therapists and typical peers.
We encourage and expand on our campers’ language and problem-solving skills using evidence-based approaches in natural settings.
Our campers learn from each other as well as from their instructors.
All our campers must be screened to be sure that our camp will be appropriate for the camper.
Each group runs Monday through Thursday for 4 weeks.
Camp Dates & Times (dates are subject to change)
Session 1: Week of June 17 – Week of July 8
Session 2: Week of July 15 – Week of August 5
Click for Registration: PLSS-REGISTRATION-Form-2019.pdf
Bumble Bees -skills ages 2 to 4 (9:00 am to 12:00 pm) Explorers- skills ages 5 to 8 (12:00 pm to 3:00 pm) Defenders -skills ages 9 to 11(2:00 pm to 5:00 pm) Navigators –skills ages 12 to 14 (1:00 pm to 4:00 pm) Apprentices –skills ages 15 to 18 (9:00 am to 12:00 pm)
Summer Camp weekly costs $500.00. Tuition is all-inclusive and covers meals, field trips, as well as instruction and all course material. The entire camp for 4 weeks is $2000.00. However, if the client pays in full three weeks prior to the start of the camp, the cost is $1668, if the client pays in full during the first week of the start of the camp the cost is $1,868.00. If you pay the entire tuition after the first week of the camp, you will be billed $2000.00 with additional 4% discount given.