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Camps

Summer Camps!

Summer is a great time to support your child’s speech, language, social and literacy skills! Our summer camps will allow play-based therapy support in a one-week program to help your child learn new skills before the upcoming school year! 

Each camp is a half-day program running July 24 – July 28, 2023.

All camps are led by a Registered Speech Language Pathologist. Receipts will be provided for camp registration and can be submitted under most benefit plans for reimbursement. 

Preschool Speech and Language Camp

Time: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM or 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Price: $375.00
Location: Cornerstone Church, Saskatoon, SK

  • Play-based therapeutic approach while incorporating individual goals in a small group setting
  • Build speech sounds, language and social communication skills through play-based activities

Your child is a good fit for the preschool speech and language camp if they are:

    • 3-5 years old and haven’t completed Kindergarten yet; however, they can be registered for Kindergarten in the fall of 2023
    • able to participate in a group setting and follow simple routine directions
    • toilet trained

Early Literacy Camp

Time: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Price: $375.00
Location: Cornerstone Church, Saskatoon, SK
  • Play-based and multisensory literacy activities to support your child’s individual development in a group setting
  • Early literacy skills supported through the science of reading include:
    • Phonological awareness
    • Letter/sound correspondence
    • Decoding skills
    • Reading fluency
    • Reading comprehension

Your child is a good fit for the literacy camp if they are:

  • 4-7 years old
  • looking to learn early literacy skills and motivated to explore letters, sounds and early reading skills
  • having difficulty with early reading skills and would benefit from a small group setting to enhance these skills

Neurodiversity Move, Play and Learn Camp

Time: 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (2 Camps Split By Age)
Price: $500.00
Location: Cornerstone Church, Saskatoon, SK

The Speech Language Pathologists are eligible service providers on the Saskatchewan Autism Spectrum Disorder Individualized Funding registry.

Play-based activities to support your child’s individual speech, language and social development in a small group setting

Your child is a good fit for the neurodiversity camp if:

  • They are 3-9 years old
  • They would benefit from the opportunity to participate in a small group setting while learning new skills
  • They have difficulty interacting with others, playing games, sharing, and taking turns with others
  • They are safe in a group setting (e.g., they are not harmful to themselves and/or others, uncooperative, and/or become aggressively dysregulated when participating in groups)
  • They are able to communicate basic wants and needs (either via speech or augmented modalities)
  • They are toilet trained

All Camps Information / Registration

Please read the criteria carefully and ensure your child is the right fit for our camp.
We need to ensure all participants are able to be safe and progress toward their speech and language goals in our small adult-to-child ratio group setting.

All camps are led by a Registered Speech Language Pathologist.
Receipts will be provided for camp registration and can be submitted under most benefit plans for reimbursement.

How to Register:

  • To sign up, please email [email protected] to express your interest
  • Your spot is confirmed once payment has been received.
  • At the beginning of July, you will be e-mailed directly with any specifics regarding the program.

What to bring?

  • Indoor shoes
  • Snack
  • Water bottle
  • Change of clothes

 

Please Note:

The camp fee is refundable, less a $50 cancellation charge, Cancellations made after July 14, 2023, WILL NOT BE REFUNDED.

Missed sessions during the camp are not eligible for reduced fees or refunds.

Camps may be cancelled if sufficient enrollment is not achieved; fees will be refunded.

It’s a Speech Thing Inc. reserves the right to refuse or revoke service based on discrepancies in the appropriateness of a program for a child (e.g., a child is developmentally too young for the group, dysregulated, aggressive, and/or overly disruptive to the group, etc.) or if there are actions of perceived abuse or harassment from the caregiver(s) towards the It’s a Speech Thing team.