Today’s 2015 Smarty Summer Camp Guide is by The Speech Garden Institute.
Anne Sullivan, overcome with joy at her ‘pupil’, Helen Keller’s, first bit of progress, witnessed the power of communication. Anne saw the sparkle in Helen’s eyes- the unmistakable shine that says, “Oh, now I get it!” At The Speech Garden Institute, we know that this moment is special, unique, and intimate. Sharing it with your child is our most rewarding experience.
At The Speech Garden Institute, we rejoice in helping you and your child succeed in meeting communication and social goals. Our staff consonantly researches new and innovative techniques to bring more creativity, mutual understanding, social opportunities, and multi-modality learning to our curriculum. For our families, this means more singing hearts!
Our program is classroom-based, enabling language, literacy, and social-skill learning to happen simultaneously, with instant practice of newly learned skills in a familiar, natural environment. With expressive language, receptive language and social skills embedded into every activity, therapy happens all day.
From a mild articulation delay to a more significant language or social disorder, we are experienced and ready to help. Visit our website to learn how we can help your heart sing, too.
Learn more about our summer camp for children ages 12 months to rising 5th grade and our Sensory & Communication Preschool for ages 3-5 at www.speechgarden.org.
A free Parent Information Session is being held this Thursday, March 19 from 6-8pm. Learn more and register here:
The Speech Garden Institute is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and their families by developing the art of communicative competence. Through innovative classroom-based speech-language therapy and parent education, TSGI embraces the whole child to facilitate interactions in a naturalistic setting, including summer camps, preschool, and after-school classes. Classes are taught by speech-language pathologists and designed to improve communication abilities through a variety of specifically designed classroom activities. With a heavy focus on sensory needs and multi-modality learning, TSGI is able to make learning fun, effective, and accessible for all learners. Visit www.speechgarden.org to learn more.
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