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  • Plan Now for  Your Children’s Summer Programs

    Plan Now for Your Children’s Summer Programs0

    By Atty. Andy P. Miller Though spring officially began just a few weeks ago, it’s already time to start planning ahead for summer — especially if you’re a single parent looking for ways to keep your children occupied once school lets out in June. It’s important to begin researching options as soon as possible, given

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  • How to Choose the Right Camp for Your Child

    How to Choose the Right Camp for Your Child2

    The six New England states, where summer camp began 150 years ago, offer an array of day and overnight camp opportunities that are unparalleled anywhere in the world. You name the interest or need for a child, and you can find a camp that is a great fit. Yet there are so many variables and

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  • The No-Worry Way to Try Overnight Camp

    The No-Worry Way to Try Overnight Camp0

    Summer camp evokes thoughts of long hot days, swimming with new friends, and silly songs, but for some parents it’s one more to-do to fit into an already busy summer schedule. For others, sleeping away from home at an overnight camp may be a source of anxiety for the child, parent, or both. And summer

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  • Current Camp Trends: Looking Ahead While Embracing the Past

    Current Camp Trends: Looking Ahead While Embracing the Past0

    As they round out children’s year-round education, day and overnight camps have to stay up with the times. The concerns of school-based educators, parents, and guardians about children today are also the concerns of camps. Whether building 21st-century skills or the grit and resilience necessary to succeed in college and future jobs, camps partner with

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  • Keys to Finding the Right Camp for Children with Special Needs

    Keys to Finding the Right Camp for Children with Special Needs0

    Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire offer a variety of summer camp programs specifically designed for children with special needs. But those camps are not the only options. With a can-do attitude and proactive communication, parents can often create inclusive camp opportunities for a child with special needs in community and theme-based camp venues. When looking

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  • 7 Considerations When Evaluating Camps

    7 Considerations When Evaluating Camps0

    Since childhood, I have spent my summers the exact same way — at my family’s soccer camp. My father started the camp in the late 1970s when I was a young child, and my sisters and I loved spending our summers on a soccer field with our family. The staff, which included our four uncles,

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