The Rainbow Experience
Rainbow is a six week summer day camp for children and adults with developmental disabilities. Rainbow provides a safe, educational, fun-filled experience.
Door to Door Transportation is based on availability.
Rainbow operates for 6 weeks in the summer from 9am to 3pm each day plus transportation time.
The Rainbow Staff includes Certified Special Education Teachers, Nurse, Behavioral Support Staff, Counselors, and Art, Music and Activities Specialists. The Director has a degree in Recreation and the Assistant Director and Program Coordinator are special education teachers with many years experience in the field.
Each week at Rainbow has a theme. Special events, music, art, shows, contests and projects reflect the theme.
Activities of daily living, social skills, communication skills, developing confidence and self esteem are all part of the Rainbow experience.
The Rainbow Vacation Club offers adults an opportunity to get away from work/day programs and have some fun with age appropriate activities both on-site and in the community.
Extended School Year
The Rainbow Summer Day program provides extended school year services for many school districts.
Designed to support and maintain the skills children are learning during the school year, the program also emphasizes the incorporation of skill maintenance and development in accordance with the IEP.
The IEP is utilized by Rainbow’s Special Education Teachers to guide programming aimed at maintaining existing skills and developing new competences. Instruction is also incorporated into activities throughout the day. There is a strong emphasis on building independence, communication and social skills.