Children of all abilities need somewhere to go after school and on teacher workdays. More to Learn’s staff: child ratio is 1:3, ensuring that the program meets the specific needs of each child. Parents are encouraged to share their child’s IEP so that staff can help build on the strengths of the child and reinforce the continuation of learning goals.
Children of all ages enjoy opportunities to play with peers, participate in sports, arts and crafts, and enjoy their summer months. Families of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) may have limited resources: many summer camps may not have staff trained to support children with I/DD, or may limit the age of participating children to 12 years.
For the past ten years, The Arc of Davidson County has offered children with I/DD the same opportunities for typically developing children: the chance to participate in summer camp. Summer camp provides respite for families, often stretched to provide care for their child once school closes for the summer. Our Summer Respite Camp accepts all school-age children. Activities include:
- Arts and Crafts
- Computer lab
- "Down Time"
- Special events and activities
We partner with Davidson County Parks and Recreation for another summer of inclusivity. Siblings, both typically developing and those with a disability, are encouraged to attend camp together. Children enjoy activities with peers-regardless of disability.
Our deep gratitude to our partners:
United Way of Davdison County
(The button will open the Summer Application form for printing)