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Now that your child has made the all-important decision to “go away” to camp, you might be wondering how best to prepare for summer. And, often times, it is you – the parent – who is more nervous for their child’s first overnight camping experience. Don’t worry, though! Here are some tips to ensure a Read more » Read more Â»
Yes, camp is a wonderful opportunity for children to gain independence, foster self-reliance, embark on new adventures, make new friends, and acquire much-sought-after grit and resilience! But did you know that camp is also good for parents? Time away from children enables parents to reconnect, enjoy adult-centered time, or even take an adult-only vacation! Or, Read more » Read more Â»
Springtime is often when parents of kids with learning differences assess their child’s readiness for sleepaway camp. If you think this is the right summer for your child, here are some questions to consider as you begin your camp search. Your answers will help you identify the best type of camp environment for your child. Read more » Read more Â»
Having had two teens of my own and advising countless others it occurred to me that the best advice for parents for summer planning for teens is often one that is counter intuitive. Teen years can be full of struggles as kids try to find their place in school, with friends, and in life in Read more » Read more Â»
With the recent abundance of snow in the Northeast comes the frustrated Facebook posts from my friends; “ Cooped up again with the kids” and “Anyone have ideas of what to do now that school’s canceled…again?” Make it a camp day! Start the day out with choices of cereal, cinnamon toast, pancakes and, of course, Read more » Read more Â»