Local parents can preview a new summer program offering this type of support at a Special Kids Camp Expo in Malvern on January 28th (free of charge). The program is customized for children of average or above average cognitive abilities who, despite many strengths, struggle in one or more academic areas and lack the critical tools and skills needed to succeed at school.
Now is the time parents start to think about the right summer program for their children and the camp expo offers parents an opportunity to come learn about day, residential, academic and therapeutic camps and programs that support youth who learn differently. The event is free of charge to the community. Specifics are below.
“Special Kids” Camp Expo
Members of the community are invited to come learn about regional summer programs and camps that support youth who learn differently. Admission is free for all families. For more information contact Holly Zipperer, Director of Summer Programs & Ancillary Services at: 610-296-6725 x115 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Snow date: February 4, 2012)
Activities Center – Entrance A
1777 North Valley Road
Malvern, PA 19355
Families do not need to register. Camp representatives who would like to exhibit at the expo should contact Holly Zipperer, VFES Director of Summer Programs, at 610-296-6725 x115 or email@example.com.
About VFES: Valley Forge Educational Services (VFES) offers a wide variety of educational services focused on guiding young children, adolescents and post high school (18-21) learners to independence. For more information on Valley Forge Educational Services, please visit www.vfes.net.