Autism & Brunswick Day Program
Does Your Child Need a Structured Summer Program? Lakeside Behavioral Health System Can Help.
We help children with high-functioning autism — what, until recently, was often referred to as Asperger’s syndrome. These are individuals who function perfectly well on their own in most common settings, but can greatly benefit from a program tailored to them.
The Brunswick Day Program taking place this summer has a pattern-based curriculum guide that includes:
- Social skills development
- Sensory motor integration skills training
- Educational/learning skills
- Study skills/adaptive classroom behavior
- Activity/recreational therapy
The Brunswick Day Program is an intensive outpatient program that treats children and adolescents with high-functioning autism in a supportive environment. Our goal is to maintain continuity in students’ developmental and behavioral skills throughout the summer.
The program was designed by parents, caregivers, and clinical professionals. It is led by licensed therapists, certified special education teachers, and certified activity therapists.
The five-week program is designed for elementary, middle, and high school students and runs Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Students may attend one week or any number of consecutive weeks. Lunch will be provided.
Summer 2022 Dates:
June 13 – 17 June 20 – 24
June 27 – July 1 July 5 – 8
July 11 – 15 July 18 -22
*No program on July 4th