Growing number of therapeutic camps offer individualized instruction

07/9/2010 | Washington Post, The

Children with autism and other special needs in the Washington, D.C., area have more choices for summer camp this year, with programs that provide academic instruction and recreational activities alongside therapy. The special camps are more expensive than traditional summer programs, but many are modeled after in-school special-education programs that offer individualized and small-group instruction to boost students' academic and social skills.

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