Summer Camp in Dayton with Key Behavior ABA!

Adventure Camp DETAILS When: Wednesdays; 9a- 2:30p June 6- Aug. 8 (no camp on July 4) Where: Sugarcreek Education Center; 3757 Upper Bellbrook Road; Bellbrook, Ohio 45305 * camp is hosted by Key Behavior Services Who: This camp is open to all students ages 3- 18 yrs old. Students will be grouped by age. All disabilities are welcome however nursing care won’ t be available. Low ratio of camper to staff will allow for individual attention. What: There will be fun each day with outdoor play, active games, art projects, cooking projects and much more. During play, camp counselors/behavior technicians will help to facilitate social interaction among participants. There will be opportunities for sensory play each day such as sensory bins, bean bags and a small trampoline. This is a recreational camp but learning opportunities will be provided through activities, including games, science projects, and other activities. Field Trips: Wed. June 20 Wed. July 18 Wed. Aug. 8 Magic Castle In Kettering Poelking Lanes & JFK Splash Pad Adventure Reef Water Park Putt-Putt lunch in covered pavilion Younger kids- soft play Older kids- arcade Bowling Picnic lunch at the park Water play at JFK Splash pad Swimming Picnic Lunch *If weather is bad, we will swim in indoor pool. What to Bring to Camp: Participants will need to bring their own lunch. We plan to prepare our own snacks. If your child has dietary restrictions, please pack a snack as well. Who will be Facilitating the Camp: Registered Behavior Technicians & Behavior Technicians from Key Behavior Services; oversight provided by Board Certified Behavior Analyst from KBS Fees: $675 per camper (fee includes snack each day and field trip costs) Fee is for entire summer program. Refunds will not be provided for days absent. Refunds won’t be provided after 5/25/18. Registration Deadline: Fri. 5/25/18 *subject to cancellation with less than 8 campers registered Funding Options: For questions on funding, please call Key Behavior Services at (937) 688-4890 Grants may be available. Eligibility would be determined by the organization or resource. This list of funding options is not exhaustive. Families may have access to various different grants and we are happy to answer questions about options whenever possible. Feel free to contact us. (937) 688-4890 • Board of Developmental Disabilities/Family and Community Services grants or other grants available for summer camp. • Montgomery County: • 513-559-6800 • Greene County: • [email protected] • Dayton Autism Society Grants ( For families who have a child with an autism spectrum disorder, grants of up to $250 may be available. Cincinnati Therapy Connections