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Summer Treatment Program

Nationally acclaimed, the Summer Treatment Program (STP) at the Center for Children and Families is an 8-week comprehensive summer camp program for children ages 5-12 with ADHD and related behavioral, emotional and learning challenges. 

The STP also encourages parent involvement with weekly parent training sessions to develop the skills needed to change their child's behavior at home and assist in their progress. Read more about the STP featured in the Miami Herald

This year's STP will be offered June 19, 2017-August 11, 2017.

Goals

Each child and family has unique needs. Our program was designed to help everyone improve:

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Problem solving and skills to improve peer relationships

 

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Learning skills and academic performance

 

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Ability to follow instructions, complete tasks and comply with requests
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Improve self-esteem by developing competencies necessary for daily life

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Skills for parents to develop, reinforce and maintain positive changes

Highly Experienced Team

  • Supervision and oversight carried out by staff with over 20 years of experience conducting effective treatment programs for children with ADHD.
  • While in the classroom, children are supervised by a teacher and a developmental aide, including highly trained, undergraduate paraprofessional therapists – students pursuing advanced degrees in psychology and educational specialists.
  • Psychosocial and behavioral aspects of the program are supervised by doctoral level psychologists.
  • Medical aspects of program are supervised by developmental pediatricians and/or child psychiatrists and nurses.

Getting Started

The vast majority of parents who’ve been through our program feel their entire family benefitted, would send their child again or would recommend the program to other parents. If you think STP may be the right fit for you, here’s how to get started:

Eligibility

Parents of children with ADHD, oppositional disorders, aggression, learning problems, or children with mixed behavior and learning problems, are encouraged to apply. Enrollment is limited and participants are selected through an evaluation conducted by staff. Referrals can be made by school personnel, mental health professionals, physicians or parents.

Cost

Fees for the STP vary and is in part funded by The Children’s Trust. During the application and screening process, each parent has an opportunity to meet with a representative from the Center for Children and Families, who can answer questions concerning financial aspects associated with the STP.

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