Summer Camp (Summer Program)

Summer 2022 will be lots of fun at DSRF! Join us for music, dancing, theatre sports, OT and more! Participants must be between the ages of 13 to 25 and be successful in a group environment.

July 4-8 – Rock ‘n Roll Week: Come learn the in and outs of rock ‘n’ roll as we learn instrumentation, dance moves, problem solving, teamwork, confidence and style! The week will end with a final performance on the Friday! (PROGRAM FULL)

July 11-15 – OT Camp: Join our fun and talented Occupational Therapists in a variety of fun stations that will engage all our learners. Participants will build skills related to fine motor skills, sensory input and following directions. (PROGRAM FULL)

July 18-22 – Hip Hop Dance: Learn the moves of the popular hip hop dance genre. Campers will work on coordination, rhythm, and memory as they build their repertoire of cool dance moves! (PROGRAM FULL)

July 25-29 – Improv Theatre: Through team building activities, theatre and improv games, participants will develop many social-communication skills in a safe, supportive, and encouraging environment. Participants will learn to work collaboratively with others, develop their independent thinking and creatively, all while gaining confidence and trusting relationships in the process. (PROGRAM FULL)

August 2-5 – Bollywood Dance

Aug 8-12 – STEM: STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math and this week of camp will focus on experiments and simulations that build our understanding of these concepts in a fun and interactive way. (PROGRAM FULL)

Payment Policy

Families should inquire if a program offers financial assistance or if they qualify for funding (e.g. Variety, CKNW, At Home Program) at the time of registration. Financial assistance allocation is at the sole discretion of the DSRF. Families not part of a funding program (such as the Autism Funding Unit or the At Home Program) are required to pay the full fee of the session. Sessions are billed once monthly. Depending on the funding model, you will receive an invoice for any monies owing and/ or organizations will be billed directly. You must pay in order to ensure continuity of services.

Cancellation Policy

Non-emergency cancellations require 24 hours’ notice. Non-emergencies include vacations, preplanned medical appointments, family events, school events, parties, sports events, lack of childcare, or anything that is not designated as “emergency.” The session must be cancelled at least 24 hours before the appointment. Sessions that are not cancelled with 24 hours’ notice will be billed at the full rate.

Client Agreement: Group Programs

Tuition Fees

Families have the option to pay the full fee at time of registration or pay the first month fee and provide post-dated cheques or credit card information for a monthly payment schedule, as outlined on the payment information form. Program withdrawals for group yearly programs must be made by September 30th and are subject to one month’s fee and a $150 administration fee. After September 30th, program fees are non-refundable

Student Progress

Informal assessments are used to evaluate students’ progress.  This information, along with regular communication with parents, is used to set individual and group program goals.

For more information on policies of specific programs or for any questions please contact Eleanor Stewart at 604-444-3773 x111 or eleanor@dsrf.org.