Autism Connections

 
 

2018 Volunteer opportunities in Autism Connections

SUMMER FUN PROGRAM 

Volunteers must be at least 16 years old for this volunteer opportunity, and must have had prior experience working with children.

Program takes place at Eisenhower Elementary School in Southfield

24500 Larkins St. Southfield, MI 48033

Number of volunteers: 2 to 3 per summer program camp

Summer fun provides a fun, recreational setting blended with therapeutic and academic supports. Our Activity Specialists focus on art, music, outdoor recreation, gross motor play, sensory activities, weekly field trips, and more. Our program staff provide communication, sensory, and behavior supports needed to build skills and provide for a successful summer experience! Individual IEP goals may also be addressed in the program. Grouping and programming is based on age and includes 6-8 participants per group with a 1:3 staff to child ratio. One on one Individualized Intensive Programming is also available for this program. 

We are seeking volunteers to assist with the Autism Program! Activities volunteers will assist with include: structured activities, weaving in both play and social opportunities to involve the campers, including music, art sensory, outdoor play and more. Volunteers will be assisting staff members of Autism Connections. Must be available to volunteer for at least 3 days a week per each camp (6 days total). Summer Program take place at Eisenhower Elementary School, 24500 Larkins Street, Southfield, MI 48033 .Background checks and negative TB test results required.

Summer 2018 Program dates: 

Session 1: July 2-July 13 (omit July 3 and 4)

Session 2: July 16-27

Session 3: July 30-August 10

Session 4: August 13-August 24

Please contact Peggy Kerr, Community Engagement and Development Officer at 248-837-2019 or peggy_kerr@judsoncenter.org for more information and further requirements. 

 

 
 

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