Where the fun with friends never ends!

Designed for young children with speech-language and/or occupational therapy needs. Although chronological age is used as a guideline, we also consider the developmental age and needs of the child when determining camp placement.

  • Small Groups
  • Exciting Weekly Themes
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Outdoor Water Fun
  • Special Visitors
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Our Summer Camp Programs

Little Friends Language and Learning Camp
(Ages 3 – 5)

Little Friends Language and Learning Camp is geared toward preschool aged children to enhance early literacy skills while developing communication, social interaction and play skills. A Speech-Language Pathologist and Special Educator create hands-on, exploratory learning based on your child’s individual needs. Early learning concepts include language, pre-reading, and math skills. Fun camp activities with weekly themes, arts and crafts, water play, and much more!

OT Option: Morning Movers
(Ages 3 – 5)

Looking to jump-start your child’s day in our Little Friends Camp? Campers will explore our three sensory motor gyms with fun obstacle courses & exciting movement stations. Targeted skills will include: core strengthening, increased upper body strength, balance & coordination, & visual-spatial & motor planning.

Friends Together Camp
(Ages 5 – 7)

This summer speech-language and occupational therapy program focuses on building skills in communication and social-pragmatic language while addressing areas of sensory processing and motor planning through play. Groups are led each day by both a Speech-Language Pathologist and an Occupational Therapist. Daily fun with our playground, three sensory gyms, water play, arts & crafts, music and more make for an exciting summer! Attend either the morning or afternoon session or pack a lunch and stay for a full day with our daily lunch bunch. Campers must have needs in either occupational therapy or speech-language.

Friends Interaction Group
(Ages 2.5 – 5)

This Group may include an Occupational Therapist, Speech-Language Pathologist, Psychologist, or Licensed Counselor. Your child’s interests are used to encourage engagement and participation in group and individual activities. Call 301-424-5200 x147 for more information and to schedule a required play visit.

For more camp information, to schedule a play visit, or if you have questions about registration, contact Lisa Torvik at (301) 424-5200 x306 or LTorvik@ttlc.org.