Camp U and Field Day

July 25, 2022

Camp U is an inclusive summer day camp for children and adolescents (4-21 years of age) with social skills deficits hosted by The Unumb Center for Neurodevelopment.

Camp U will be located at Camp Cole (1571 Crossing Creek Road, Eastover, SC 29260) from Monday, July 25th through Thursday, July 28th. Drop-off is between 8:30 and 9:00 AM, and pick-up is between 4:00 and 4:15 PM. The cost of camp is $300.

Our campers may meet criteria for autism spectrum disorder, social anxiety, ADHD, and/or specific learning disabilities. Campers who are typically developing or do not have a diagnosis are welcome to register. Camp U uses the principles of applied behavior analysis to promote participation in camp activities, including social skills, fishing, boating, swimming, crafts, and horsemanship.

All campers and their families are welcome to register to attend Field Day at Camp U on Friday, July 29th. Upon submitting the Camp U registration form, you will be redirected to the Field Day registration form.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until May 6th, 2022 or until our capacity is reached. Please note that registration is not confirmed until you participate in a free consultation with a member of our team to determine whether we have the resources to meet the camper's needs.

Click the Camp U registration link below to read more!

Register for Camp U

 

Field Day at Camp U is an inclusive day for children and adolescents (2-21 years of age) with social skills deficits hosted by The Unumb Center for Neurodevelopment. Siblings are welcome to attend. One caregiver is required to remain on-site per two (2) children in attendance.

Field Day will be located at Camp Cole (1571 Crossing Creek Road, Eastover, SC 29260) on Friday, July 29th 2022, from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM. Field Day costs $5 per person. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until May 6th, 2022 or until our capacity is reached.

Participants may meet criteria for autism spectrum disorder, social anxiety, ADHD, and/or specific learning disabilities. Those who are typically developing or do not have a diagnosis are also welcome to attend. Field Day uses the principles of applied behavior analysis to promote participation in camp activities, such as fishing, boating, and swimming.

Click the Field Day registration link below to read more!

Register for Field Day

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