Special needs camps in Arizona offer support, empowerment and just plain fun for children with special needs — and sometimes for their families, too.
2510 E. Hunt Highway, Queen Creek
480-530-0886 • rockwoodprep.com
Campers can beat the heat with pool activities, field trips, arts and crafts, all centered around the needs of children with different abilities. Camp activities include sensory-themed activities, social skills groups, emotional regulation workshops, and peer group activities centered around life skills and community awareness skills. We also offer an ABA kindergarten-readiness camp focused on preparing young campers with Autism for their first school year experience. DDD and ABA services available. Full- and half-day camps. Two sessions: June 1-26 and July 6–31. $150 and up/week.
3939 E. Shea Blvd, Phoenix
480-998-1071 • gatewayacademy.us
Warrior Camp offers two two-week sessions for students diagnosed with Level 1 Autism Spectrum Disorder. 10:1 student-to-teacher ratio. Each week is themed: robotics, anime, Nerf warz, Pokemon trainers club, tabletop gamers and more. Weekly trips to water parks, baseball games, movies, etc. OT/SLP therapists oversee social skills, team building and collaboration between peers. We accept ESA funding! Full-day camps June 1-12 and 15-26. $1,000 per session includes all materials and field trip transportation.
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