SOCIAL PROGRAMS

It is important for us to help your child find the right group.  Please share some information by filling out the "First Time Applicant" form (Click button on Right) and return to us. We will be happy to set up a meet and greet between you, your child and the group co-ordinator to discuss and ensure a smooth first time SB group experience . Please call if you have any questions or concerns.

Great weekly programs to help your child learn to play, learn boundaries, conversation skills, make friends, conflict resolution, anxiety management, turn taking, problem-solving, and more!

Summer Camps

Six Great Camps to Choose from for Children Ages 6 to 16

REGISTRATION FOR AFTER SCHOOL SPRING GROUPS 
10 Groups to choose from!

Spring Groups - 10 Groups to choose from!

Cottonwood Centre located @ upstairs at Kamloops Christian School
S204-750 Cottonwood Ave, Kamloops, BC V2B 3X2
Seymour Centre located at 821 Seymour Street, Kamloops, BC V2C 2H6
Mondays 3 - 5pm, April 1 -June 17 (2 hour program/10 weeks)
(No group April 22 and May 20)
 Ages 6-9: Little Scientists @ Cottonwood Centre

The students will learn about solving social problems as they navigate through "Experimenting with Forces" and "Experimenting with Air".
There will be hands on experiments, silly jokes, and "beakers" of fun to be had by all.

Ages 9-14: How It's Made @ Seymour Centre

The students will continue to grow their social skills as they learn how many of their daily activities use simple machines. The students will also work together to create a superhero (with moving arms and legs), a rubber band powered car, a pinball machine, and many other fun activities!

Tuesdays 3-5pm, April 2 - June 4, (2 hours program/10 weeks)
Ages 6-9: Top Chef Plus (Life Skills) @ Cottonwood Centre

The students will not only increase their culinary and life skills, but also their social skills as they master a variety of basic meals. The students will leave this play-base program with knowledge of the 2019 recommendations of the Canadian Food Guide and an assortment of fun games!

Ages 10-14: It Takes a Village (Boys), 1st Class @ Cottonwood Centre then will alternate

This is a mature program that will be community based. The students will enjoy surprise pizza parties, random nature walks, and a greater sense of community. The students will meet a variety of male adult role models (from the community). Each adult will talk to the students about growing up. The adult will also plan one activity/hobby to share with the students (fishing, softball, gaming, etc). On the tenth week, all the adults will join in a celebration for the students.

Ages 10-14: It Takes a Village (Girls), 1st Class @ Cottonwood Centre then will alternate

This is a mature program that will be community based. The students will enjoy surprise pizza parties, random nature walks, and a greater sense of community. The students will meet a variety of female adult role models. The students will meet a variety of female adult role models (from the community). Each adult will talk to the students about growing up. The adult will also plan one activity/hobby to share with the students (yoga, crafting, kinetic awareness, etc). On the tenth week, all the adults will join in a celebration for the students.

Wednesday 3-5pm, Apr 3 -Jun 5 (2 hour program/10 weeks)
Ages 6-9: How It's Made @ Seymour Centre

The students will practice social skills as they navigate through "Experimenting with Simple Machines". Because this is a play-based program, the students will also participate in activities such as scavenger hunts, community walks, and a variety of skill building games.

 Ages 9-14: Kaboom! @ Cottonwood Centre

The students will explore teamwork, social problems, and apply social skills as they delve into the chemical and physical changes as found in "Blast Lab". There will be tonnes of hands on experiments and ever session planned will include at least one "KABOOM" idea, moment, or activity.

Thursdays 3-5pm, Apr 4 - Jun 6 (2 hours program/10 weeks)
Ages 9-14: Life Skills and Cuisine Extraordinaire (Food Safe or Food Fail?): @ Cottonwood Centre

Life Skills and Cuisine Extraordinaire (Food Safe or Food Fail?): @Cottonwood Centre

The students will increase their knowledge of what constitutes a food safe opportunity or a food fail opportunity in a safe, social environment. This program will include a variety of mature games to help the students welcome this "foody wisdom". BONUS: eating and food are naturally social activities!

Fridays 3-5pm, Apr 5 - Jun 14 (2 hours program/10 weeks)
No group on Apr 19 or May 17
Ages 6-9: Fun, Fitness, and Friends @ Cottonwood Centre

The students will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of sport samplers. There will be a different sport presented each week. Through healthy physical activities, social opportunities, and gentle guidance, our students will learn and grow!

Ages 9-14: The Three "A's",  Art, Animal Care, and Anxiety @ Cottonwood Centre

The students will utilize the wisdom of animals, art, and awareness as they explore a variety of calming techniques such as drawing, painting, sculpting, exercise, movement, and yoga. This program will have a grand finale event during week ten for all the students to celebrate their growth this term.

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  • 821 Seymour Street

  • S204 - 750 Cottonwood Ave

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