Summer 2017 Week of Adventure!

Canyon Kids Summer Adventure Camp 

Summer 2017 Week of Adventure July 10th - July 14th!

Rock Climbing, Kayaking, Hiking, Ropes Course, Rafting and more! Christine will be working with Dave Ritter, outdoor guide and educator again this year. Dave has created another amazing adventure program at beautiful Bretton Woods ( this season and we are excited that they will host Canyon Kids's Summer Adventure Camp this year!

Please contact Christine for more information at or call 301 523 0902. We are always looking for volunteers for camp!


Oscar Nominated film and book Life, Animated is about the life of Owen Suskind. Owen was diagnosed with autism at the age of 3. He lost speech and it seemed his ability to connect to others until his family started to use the very thing that he loved: Disney Animated Film. This is a beautiful story of using a child's affinity to bring us all together. Christine Sproat had the priviledge to work as Owen's OT from the time he was 5 years old starting at a Sensory Integration Camp. Owen is now in his twenties, graduated from an adaptive college program and is living on his own in a supervised communilty with his dog Guss.

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If a child you know has difficulty with:

  • Staying focused on an activity
  • Holding a pencil, drawing or handwriting
  • Playing, running, jumping, appearing clumsy
  • Excessively seeking movement experiences in an unsafe manner
  • Fearing movement experiences, perferring to stay on the ground
  • Feeling anxious about loud noise, textures of clothing and bright lights
  • Making friends, taking turns and picking up social cues
  • Meeting motor milestones such as rolling, sitting, crawling, walking or jumping
  • Tying shoes, holding a fork, or using a toothbrush
  • A diagnosis of a developmental or congenital disorder

What is Occupational Therapy?

"Occupational therapy is as a profession concerned with promoting health and well being through occupation. The primary goal of occupational therapy is to enable people to participate in the activities of everyday life. Occupational therapists achieve this outcome by enabling people to do things that will enhance their ability to participate or by modifying the environment to better support participation." - The World Federation of Occupational Therapists

A pediatric occupational therapist helps a child to develop, maintain and restore abilities to become independent while performing activities within their daily lives. Occupational therapists are trained to use a developmental frame of reference when completing a specific activity and/or during play. Through the exchanges with the therapist, the child begins to foster the development of skills which have not been previously learned or developed.

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