ADHD Adventures Camp

Summer Camp for ADHD Brains

It’s not too soon to start making summer plans for the family. Long, school-free days can leave kids feeling restless and a bit unsettled. This is especially true for kids and teens with ADHD who, while grateful to escape the constraints of classroom schedules, benefit greatly from the predictability of daily routines.

This summer why not attend our ADHD Summer Adventures Camp for Families?

ADHD Summer CampIt’s like none other. It provides families with a fascinating week of learning, connecting, adventuring, reflecting and community-building. All members of the family are invited. Camp is suitable for siblings who do not have ADHD too.

The camp offers a mixture of ADHD education for parents through seminars and Q&As, and fun camp activities for kids, like kayaking, art and music. There’s also plenty of time set aside for families to spend quality time together.

The camp is held at the Leelanau School, situated on the stunning Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore on Lake Michigan. Families can choose to stay at the school in dorm-style lodging, or opt for other local accommodations nearby. It’s an incredible week that provides a strong foundation for families to build on throughout the year.

You’ll learn while you have fun!

ADHD Summer Camp Group 2019
2019 ADHD Family Summer Adventures Campers

Parents – I work with parents to share with them my 30+ years of experience with the strength-based approach to ADHD. You’ll learn how to help your child actually enjoy having ADHD while creating stronger family bonds.

Youth – Rob Himburg engages in fun activities with youths (ages 8 to 18) which build in strategies to improve executive functions. Kids will gain new insights for improving organization, time management, and self-advocacy and have fun doing it through adventure and play.

Limited Registrations Available with an EARLY BIRD SPECIAL UNTIL 2/29/20

REGISTER NOW!

In this mini podcast, camp alumnus and mom, Julie Christin, talks about her family’s experience, including the comfort of meeting other families who can relate, and how much she learned about raising a child with ADHD.

Learn more at Dr. Hallowell’s Summer Adventures ADHD Family Camp.

Questions? Please contact Sue Hallowell @ 781.820.0881.

Hope to meet you at camp,

Edward “Ned” Hallowell

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