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Chance 2 Dance, an Inclusive and Accommodative Dance Studio Rock of Ages Dance Camp Monday-Friday 9am-1pm (call or check website for specific dates) 719 Lee Road, Orlando, FL 32810 407-588-9589, support@Chance2DanceFL.org , www.Chance2DanceFL.com We welcome everyone, ages 5 and older to join us as we move through the decades learning some of America’s most influential and popular dance styles! We will perform dances to classic hit songs from the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, and today! Camp will consist of daily general movement classes, dance history of the decades, performance and choreography preparation, as well as arts and crafts where we will make our costumes for the family and friends performance on Friday. Cost is $165.00 per participant. Sign up before June 1 to get $20 off! Call or Email to reserve your spot. Down Syndrome Foundation of Florida iCan! Bike Camp July 31 - August 5, 2017 Orange County Convention Center, 9400 Universal Blvd., Orlando, FL 32719 407-760-9395, http://dsfflorida.org/iCan_Bike_.html This camp teaches individuals with Down syndrome and other unique abilities to ride a conventional two wheel bicycle and become lifelong independent riders. For many people, it’s a seemingly impossible task to master but with this program 80% of the participants usually do it in less than a week’s time. Within days of learning to ride, many individuals begin exhibiting independent behaviors at home. This achievement, in turn, creates a gateway of opportunity, helping them gain assurance and self-reliance in many other aspects of their lives. Easter Seals Florida, Inc. Camp Challenge June 11 - July 22, 2017 31600 Camp Challenge Rd, Sorrento, FL 32776 352-383-4711, camp@fl.easterseals.com, www.easterseals.com/florida Peace of mind for you, and the summer adventure of a lifetime for your loved one! Easterseals Camp Challenge provides two summer camp programs: Overnight Camp for children over 6 years of age and adults of any age, with disabilities or special needs, and Day Camp for school age children, typically developing or those with mild to moderate special needs. A week long fully accessible overnight camp includes exciting activities include zip lining, swimming, archery, dancing, sports, music & drama, and more! Day Camp offers daily activities including swimming, hiking, arts and crafts for kids of all abilities from 6-14 years of age. There is a 6 to 1 camper to counselor ratio for Day Camp and a 3 to 1 camper to counselor ratio for Overnight Camp providing optimal supervision. Scholarship funds are available for overnight camp. Apply today! Florida Institute for Community Inclusion Summer SOAR (Scholastic Opportunities, Adventures, and Real World Experiences) June 12 - August 11, 2017, 8am-4pm (Early drop off & late pick 7am-5pm) St. Matthews Episcopal Church, Dean Rd. between University Blvd. and Aloma Ave. in Orlando 407-719-5512, lisa.jester@floridaincludesme.com, www.floridaincludesme.org Summer SOAR is for students grades K-12, with and without disabilities. Camp attendees will continue to work on academic skills as they learn each week’s theme. Themes include: art, science, countries around the world, America the beautiful, colleges, careers, and planning my life. All academics and activities will meet the specific needs of each student. Attendees will also enjoy growing their own vegetables, basketball, outdoor play, field trips, and college/career site visits. The cost is $225 full week, $150 three days, $50 Friday only (with discounts for multiple children). Registration and first week payment due by May 1st. 4 www.BrightFeats.com 2017 SUMMER CAMP GUIDE Summer programs specifically for children with special needs. Florida Includes Me f


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