Summer Camp at the Conductive Learning Center of North America is an opportunity for students of all ages to come for an intensive four-week session of conductive education. Groups of students, similar in age and physical challenges, learn mobility skills, independence, and functional daily living skills, within a supportive group atmosphere of fun and adventure. Each age group examines a specially selected topic and curriculum while working toward the next level of independence.
The four-week camp meets for three to six hours per day depending upon the group and the age of the student.
- Applications are due by February 15, 2023. Please note that demand for Summer Camp is usually high. If you missed the deadline, please contact Andrea Swiger at 616-575-0575 as there may still be spots available in some of the groups. In addition, CLC does maintain a waiting list in case of last-minute cancellations.
- Past participants in programming at CLC should utilize the returning student application.
- First-time applicants to the Conductive Learning Center of North America must utilize our new student application form. Additionally, you will be contacted to schedule an in-person assessment or to submit a video of the student candidate (see video guidelines); a onetime non-refundable $100 assessment fee will be collected at the time of submission. This fee is independent of any future tuition charges should the student be admitted to the program.
- Applicants will be notified of acceptance by April 14, 2023.
- Fifty percent of the tuition deposit is due by April 21, 2023, to hold a place for the student.
- The balance of the tuition payment must be received by the school office no later than June 9, 2023. If not received, the student’s slot will be made available to students on the wait list.
- The balance amount is non-refundable.
- Please understand that no part-time placements are available during this program.
To provide opportunities for individuals with motor challenges to achieve optimal physical, cognitive, and social independence through the application and promotion of conductive education principles.