H.E.R.O.E.S. Summer camps are designed for early childhood through young adults with a focus on vocation, social skills, communication & recreation and leisure.
Younger groups will have the opportunity to work on calendar, weather and functional math and reading for all abilities. Older students look into community for an instructional focus on real life applications. Other activities may include swimming, using the DART system (older children) to practice skills in the community (restaurants, movies and more). Increasing appropriate communication and friendship skills will be embedded throughout the entire day.
Each week is different so you can sign up for one week or more! For an more extensive look at H.E.R.O.S., visit their website. H.E.R.O.E.S. is growing and now provides a wide range of services, for even more information go here.
Multiple classrooms for ages 3 - 30 years
Recreation - restaurants, movies, water parks, swimming, and more
Vocation - job skills at local business such as animal shelter and garden centers
Public transportation field trip travel - familiarity- and confidence-booster
2014 H.E.R.O.E.S. Flyer
9 am - 4 pm, at First United Methodist Church of Richardson
$350 Per week: Extended care offered. Camp fills up fast! Scholarships are available
In Home/Community Training
Life Planning/Job Coaching
Weekend Retreats (for our young adults)
Sleepovers (for our younger students)
ARD/IEP collaboration and consultation
Connections to health care providers, home health agencies and state funding
Dinner with Friends
Evening Continuing Education Classes
Sibling Support Groups