Camp Baker


About

Experience the joy of summer! Camp Baker, an Official Partner Camp of Hale, is designed to bring the fun, camaraderie and life-building experiences of a day camp to children with ADHD. The 6-week program takes children (age 6 – 12) who otherwise maybe challenged in traditional camp programs and works with them as individuals to develop skills and confidence that translate into success at home and in school. Camp Baker is overseen by a licensed clinical psychologist and fosters friendship building, combats the “summer slide,” and allows kids to experience the simple joys of summer camp including, art, sports, group activities and weekly Fun Friday activities. With a 2:1 ratio of campers to specially-trained staff, individualized programs for campers, and regular skills training for caregivers, Camp Baker is the perfect summer option for families of children with ADHD.


Additional Information

Gender Coed

Minimum Age 6

Maximum Age 12

Camp Dates Registration is ongoing and will continue until all spots are filled. Summer 2019 dates are July 10 – August 16.

Camp Cities Westwood, MA

Camp Director Sarah Tannenbaum

Camp Director Email campbaker@jbcc.harvard.edu

Camp Length 6 weeks

Financial Aid Offered Need-based financial aid is available on a limited basis.

Contact

53 Parker Hill Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02120
United States

Judge Baker Children's Center

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Features

  • Children will enjoy making new friends, improving sports and art skills, and developing relationships with staff members.
  • Camp Baker is a highly structured and supportive program that leads to behavioral gains, improved social skills, and helps prevent against summer erosion of school year functioning.
  • Year Round Services: Camp Baker helps generalize summer gains by staying connected to families year round through a monthly support group, outreach to school education teams, and parent consultations.

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