Train Your Brain Summer Camp

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Please call (706) 271-7306 to speak with our therapist about the summer camp.

Therapist leading summer camp:

These past 2 years have been so unusual for your child, and their cognitive development may have taken a hit. Our children have taken on large task demands, like virtual learning, that may be more than their developing brains are ready for! Train Your Brain is a chance for kids to practice important life and school skills (called executive functioning skills) like organization, goal setting, planning, checking work, and time management through low-stakes, motivating STEM projects. You and your child will get hands-on strategies and visual supports for use during Train Your Brain and beyond.

What is the appropriate age to attend camp?

What is the cost of the camp?

Children ages 9 – 12 and for the first time older kids, ages 13-16 with executive function difficulties (poor time management, unable to plan their day, and problems paying attention).

Cost: $100 for a one-week session per child.
(The price includes a project planning kit that campers will take home and can be used for school work or other projects.)

Where will the camp take place?

When is this camp going to be offered?

The location of the camp will be at the Washington University Occupational Therapy Community Practice Clinic located on the 2nd floor of the 4444 Forest Park Avenue building.

The camp will be offered Mon – Fri.

9-12 yr olds

Morning Sessions
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
July 11 – 15***
July 25 – 29 *** 

Afternoon sessions
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
July 11 -15***
July 25- 29

13-16 yr olds

Morning session
9:00am – 12:00pm
July 18 – 22*** 

Afternoon session
1:00 pm – 4:00pm
July 18 – 22 ***

***Denotes session is full, we are accepting waitlist registrations only. To add your child to the waitlist, please email with your child’s name, age, and session you’d like them to be on the waitlist for.


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