Sensory Camp

A Fun and Active Group Environment

Spectrum Health Lakeland Sensory Camp provides an opportunity for children who have a diagnoses includingSensory Camp autism, sensory processing disorder, or cerebral palsy a fun and active group environment. Camp is open to children ages three to 12. Kids who are a part of the program attend weekly one-hour sessions presented in a consistent routine to include:

  • Sensory motor exercises
  • Balance and coordination
  • Obstacle course activity
  • Socialization opportunity
  • Gross motor tasks
  • Structured stations with emphasis on transitions 

Winter Dates: Mondays, January 13, 2020 to March 2, 2020
Ages 3-12: 9 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.
Where: Power in Motion Gymnastics & Fitness 3889 S. M-139, St. Joseph
Cost: $120 per camper, due by the first day of camp. Sibling discounts are available. Please make checks payable to Spectrum Health Lakeland. 

Space for the camp is limited. Call 269.428.2799 to learn more.

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