- Summer Program
Young Adults with Asperger’s, ADHD and Learning Differences learn valuable skills to make a successful transition to college and beyond during CIP’s Summer Programs.
Participants will be introduced to CIP’s comprehensive curriculum, develop goals and practice independent living skills. Students take part in classes including social thinking, executive functioning and person-centered planning. Students will also work on independent living skills such as cooking, banking and budgeting, laundry and much more.
Throughout our 2-week session several fun and exciting activities are planned. Spend some time outdoors this summer hiking, swimming and exploring local highlights. Last year’s participants loved the ropes course, theme park trip and professional sports outing; this year will be no different! Summer session students will also have some scheduled downtime to relax and socialize.
Summer@CIP prepares young adults with the valuable skills necessary for making a well-prepared transition from high school to college or while pursuing vocational interests. Participants have ample opportunities to practice skills in a supported environment where they feel successful, build self-confidence and learn to advocate.
Since 2009, the Summer Program at CIP has helped hundreds of students prepare for their next steps, whether it is attending a college, preparing for the workforce, building self-esteem or continuing on to CIP’s full year program. Participants have come from over 30 states and Puerto Rico as well as Antigua, Germany, Hong Kong, Jordan, Spain, and Thailand.
“We were thrilled with our son’s experience. I think he’s missing the newly-found independence he developed while at CIP, but definitely has a new boost of confidence. We’re really appreciated the quick response to any questions/inquiries we had. The staff was outstanding. Thanks very much.”
- Kim L., parent
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